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    Communicators with Martin Cooper

    Martin Cooper, who is credited for inventing the mobile cell phone, talked about the forces which lead to its creation and his thoughts on the current wireless industry.

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    Communicators with Craig Mundie and Mark Gorenberg

    Craig Mundie and Mark Gorenberg talked about the President’s Council of Advisers on Science and Technology report. The report recommended that President Obama issue an executive…

    5,271 views
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    Gov 2.0 Summit

    Several interviews were shown from the first-ever Gov 2.0 Summit, bringing together leaders from the private, public, and government sector to find better ways of dispensing…

    3,137 views
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    Net Neutrality Ruling

    Paul Barbagallo reported by telephone on the January 2014 decision rendered by the U.S. Court of Appeals for the District of Columbia Circuit in the Verizon vs. FCC, or so-called…

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    Communicators with Gordon Smith

    Gordon Smith talked about the National Association of Broadcasters' views on congressional legislation for the sale of broadcast spectrum to create new space for mobile broadband and…

    1,930 views
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    Communicators with Sanjiv Ahuja

    Sanjiv Ahuja talked about the efforts of the company LightSquared to build a $14 billion high-speed wireless network, and also about reports that its network might interfere with global…

    1,739 views
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    Federal Communications Commission Agenda

    Julius Genachowski and Robert McDowell, respective former Democratic Federal Communications Commission chair and senior Republican commissioner, talked about some of the big decisions and…

    1,680 views
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    Communicators with John Skipper, John King, and Phil Meeks

    John Skipper, John King, and Phil Meeks were interviewed at the National Cable and Telecommunications Association in Boston. Mr. Skipper described ESPN’s expansion onto a…

    1,511 views
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    Communicators with Michael Powell

    Michael Powell of the National Cable and Telecommunications Association talked about the future of television. Topics included a shift from hardware based to software based…

    1,381 views
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    Communicators with Michael Powell and Glenn Britt

    Michael Powell and Glenn Britt were interviewed at the National Cable and Telecommunications Association in Boston. They talked about the state of cable industry, the widening range of…

    1,357 views
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    Proposed Merger of Comcast and Time Warner Cable

    David Cohen talked about the proposed merger of the two largest cable companies, Comcast and Time Warner Cable.

    1,198 views
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    Communicators with Dan Glickman

    Dan Glickman talked about efforts by the MPAA to improve copyright protections and to reduce the amount of movies that are stolen through piracy.
    “The Communicators” is…

    1,092 views
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    Communicators with Walt Mossberg, Part 1

    Walt Mossberg talked about the future of personal electronic technology. He compared the products of different manufacturers and the challenges they face. He described innovation…

    1,074 views
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    2014 Technology and Telecommunications Issues

    Three technology reporters talked about the major technology and telecommunications issues which may come before Congress in the 2014 legislative year. They also reviewed the agenda…

    946 views
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    Communicators with Meredith Attwell Baker

    Meredith Attwell Baker talked about the Federal Communication Commission’s (FCC) approval of the the Comcast-NBC merger, the commission’s efforts on claiming more broadcast…

    943 views
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    Communicators with Mignon Clyburn

    Mignon Cyburn talked about issues before the Federal Communications Commission (FCC), including emergency communications when storms occur or during a potential attack. They discussed…

    896 views
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    The Communicators with Robert Litan and Hal Singer

    Robert Litan and Hal Singer, co-authors of The Need for Speed, talked about their book, which promotes less regulation and more competition for broadband development in the U.S.

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    Communicators with Scott Cleland and David Balto

    Scott Cleland and David Balto talked about Google’s practices as the key Internet search engine, and allegations that the company has developed an anti-competitive bias in its search…

    795 views
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    Communicators with Ross, Losh, and Bladow

    Interviews from the GOV 2.0 Summit held at the Washington Convention Center in Washington DC in May of this year. 
    Denice Ross talked about her Center’s use of maps and community…

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    Communicators with Vonya McCann and Larry Cohen

    Vonya McCann and Larry Cohen talked about the proposed merger of AT&T and T-Mobile. Topics included its potential impact on the wireless industry, jobs in the U.S., and consumer prices.

    723 views
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