Broadband Breakfast on January 3, 2024 – The Broadband Forecast in 2024

What will the biggest shifts in infrastructure and connectivity be in 2024?

Broadband Breakfast on January 3, 2024 – The Broadband Forecast in 2024

Kick off 2024 with us at our first livestream event of the year with broadband journalists predicting the biggest shifts in infrastructure and connectivity in 2024. Tune in to get a glimpse into the future of connectivity and where the year might take us!

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Panelists

  • Howard Buskirk, Executive Senior Editor, Communications Daily
  • Sean Gonsalves, Senior Reporter, Editor and Communications Team Lead, Institute for Local Self Reliance’s Community Broadband Networks Initiative
  • Ted Hearn, Publisher, Policyband
  • Lynn Stanton,  Senior Editor, Wolters Kluwer’s TR Daily.
  • Drew Clark (moderator), Editor and Publisher, Broadband Breakfast

Ted Hearn is the Editor and Publisher of Policyband, a new website dedicated to comprehensive coverage of the broadband communications market. A former communications executive and reporter for newsletters and trade journals, Hearn has decades of experience with traditional video and broadband industry trends, regulatory developments, technology advancements, and market dynamics.

Howard Buskirk is Executive Senior Editor and joined Warren Communications News in 2004, after covering Capitol Hill for Telecommunications Reports. He has covered Washington since 1993 and was formerly executive editor at Energy Business Watch, editor at Gas Daily and managing editor at Natural Gas Week. Previous to that, he was a staff reporter for the Atlanta Journal-Constitution and the Greenville News.

Sean Gonsalves is Senior Reporter, Editor and Communications Team Lead, Institute for Local Self Reliance’s Community Broadband Networks Initiative. He is a longtime former reporter, columnist, and news editor with the Cape Cod Times. He is also a former nationally syndicated columnist in 22 newspapers, including the Oakland Tribune, Kansas City Star and Seattle Post-Intelligencer. His work has also appeared in the Boston Globe, USA Today, the Washington Post and the International Herald-Tribune. An award-winning newspaper reporter and columnist, Sean also has extensive experience in both television and radio.

Lynn Stanton is Senior Editor for Wolters Kluwer’s TR Daily, has been covering telecommunications, broadband, and Internet policy for nearly three decades. She has also reported on pharmaceutical marketing compliance and has worked as a copyeditor for a wide range of publications. She holds a bachelor’s degree in government and politics from the University of Maryland and a master’s degree in political theory from the University of Virginia.

Breakfast Media LLC CEO Drew Clark has led the Broadband Breakfast community since 2008. An early proponent of better broadband, better lives, he initially founded the Broadband Census crowdsourcing campaign for broadband data. As Editor and Publisher, Clark presides over the leading media company advocating for higher-capacity internet everywhere through topical, timely and intelligent coverage. Clark also served as head of the Partnership for a Connected Illinois, a state broadband initiative.

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