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FCC Commissioner Copps Reflects on Broadband in U.S.

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What lies in store for community broadband as one of the main FCC champions of the public interest and non-traditional stakeholders retires this month? Commissioner Michael Copps is moving on after dedicating over 10 years fighting to stem the tide of excessive consolidation in the nation’s telecommunications industry.


Com. Copps joins us to deliver some parting insights to making community broadband work. He discusses USF reform, citizen involvement in broadband policy issues and future plans as he continues to speak out in support of his beliefs.


Don't miss one of Com. Copps last interviews as an FCC Commissioner.