This week The Communicators airs a visit to a technology fair on Capitol Hill sponsored by CEA, the Consumer Electronics Association.
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The Communicators visits a technology fair on Capitol Hill sponsored by CEA, the Consumer Electronics Association. We talk with several technology companies that showed off their new tech devices to members of Congress and their staffs.
Blair Levin and Justin Lilley look at telecommunications and issues facing the Federal Communications Commission as the commission is experiencing a membership turnover.
Deborah Piscione Author of "Secrets of Silicon Valley" talks about what makes Silicon Valley tick and why she thinks it's the capitol of innovation.
Tom Kuhn, Edison Electric Institute President; Peter Dumont, Air Traffic Control Association President & CEO; and Greg Garcia, Adviser to the Financial Services - Information Sharing & Analysis Center (FS-ISAC), discuss cybersecurity issues.
Grover Norquist, Americans for Tax Reform President and Laura Murphy, American Civil Liberties Union Washington Legislative Office Director, discuss the Senate and House exploring changes to the Electronic Communications Privacy Act.
Robert Litan and Hal Singer, co-authors of "The Need for Speed," discuss their book promoting less regulation and more competition for broadband development in the U.S.
This week on the Communicators, Patrick Butler, Association of Public Television Stations President & CEO talks about how public television officials view federal spending cutbacks and the future of public television.
Robert McDowell, Federal Communications Commission Commissioner (R) discusses telecommunications issues, which include spectrum auctions due in 2014, internet freedom, and the FCC's recent approval of a deal to merge T-Mobile and MetroPCS.
Senator Jay Rockefeller (D-WV), chairman of the Commerce, Science, and Transportation Committee, talks about President Obama's February 14, 2013 cybersecurity executive order.
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