John Muleta was interviewed about his proposal to the Federal Communications Commission to use an unused portion of wireless spectrum to… read more
John Muleta was interviewed about his proposal to the Federal Communications Commission to use an unused portion of wireless spectrum to build a free, wireless broadband network across most of the United States. Besides discussing the plan and its critics, he also discussed his perspective of the larger issue of the availability of broadband across the U.S.
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*The transcript for this program was compiled from uncorrected Closed Captioning.
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