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A wave of support seems to be building for appointing Susan Crawford FCC Chairman should Mr. Genachowski retire. General consensus is this will likely lead to notable changes at the agency. But would these be mostly good or bad? The answer probably depends on where you sit. Hunter Newby’s company, Allied Fiber, sits at the hub of thousands of miles of network buildouts. He has business dealings and relationships with numerous private, public and nonprofit entities involved with broadband
FCC Chairman Genachowski just announced an initiative to get a gigabit city in every state by 2015. Is this a meaningful policy objective or, as some critics claim, "empty rhetoric"? Five community broadband industry leaders tackle this question. More importantly, they detail the heavy lifting necessary to get a gig to every state. Jim Baller, President of Baller-Herbst Law Group, is a well-known telecom attorney and community broadband advocate who presents legal and policy issues
Is this the other shoe dropping that incumbents fear and advocates cheer? Austin is the second major city selected to receive Google fiber. Are we about to see a trickle turn into a cascade of inspired cities and towns answering the FCC’s Gigabit City Challenge?
Learn the secret to Austin's success. Two key leaders of Austin’s drive to snag the brass ring offer valuable insights. Austin Council Member Laura Morrison and Rondella Hawkins, Telcommunications and Regulatory Affairs Officer for the City of Austin, discuss how they planned and executed their campaign to bring Google to town.
Both officials have extensive experience implementing broadband projects in Austin beyond the Google effort, so they have a running start on the myriad of programs constituents can expect from the network. We discuss the potential education, economic development, digital inclusion and telemedicine goals that have stakeholders excited.
The internet as a demoratic model for universal access or a plaform for the few.Today we have social media that is own by powerful corporations as Google,Facebook,Comcast and You Tube. Julius Genachowski on proposed AT&T/T-Mobile merger, as well as FCC’s ruling in December on network neutrality. Network neutrality is the idea that Internet providers allow all content providers equal access to networks(edited version). What is needed is a Fairness Doctrine for the internet
Avanti Communications survey of companies worldwide suggested only 1% could function adequately without the internet. More than a quarter (27%) of those surveyed said they could not function at all if the internet went down, and one in five said a week without being online would be the death of their company. Federal Communications Commission (FCC) Chairman Julius Genachowski appears before the Economic Club of Washington D.C. to address topics included the need for more spectrum for mobile de
FCC Chairman Julius Genachowski touts net-neutrality regulations as one of the most important policies the country can adopt to improve its broadband deployment efforts, which he described as lagging behind other countries. Seton Motley disagrees and joins us tonight to explain why net neutrality is not a good thing.
Ricky Williams is our guest today. Mr. Williams is an educator in the San Antonio, Texas area, helping students in high school improve their SAT scores. Today, our show discusses the power of computers and high-speed Internet in providing opportunities for students, particularly in low-income and underserved areas, to pursue their education. We will mention the FCC Chairman, Julius Genachowski, and his recent visit to India, where he summarised what the US government is doing to beat the odds an
Raymond Lau is Co-Founder and CEO of PlayHaven, a leading promotion platform helping iPhone developers to maximize the exposure of their apps for free. Developers can now rely on their passionate fans to be the rocket fuel that grows the popularity of their existing games and bolsters the fast rise and ultimate success of new ones they launch. PlayHaven received funding from LaunchBox Digital and Tandem Entrepreneurs—investors include Julius Genachowski (current FCC Chairman), John McKinley (for
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