Telecommunications Policy, Part 2
Panelists spoke about several proposals for future telecommunications policy, particularly in the areas of witeless communications and… read more
Panelists spoke about several proposals for future telecommunications policy, particularly in the areas of witeless communications and public service. They focused on development of new technology, expanding communications markets, and integration of telecommunications technology in various public service sectors.
The Future of American Communications (FACT) Working Group, composed of sixteen telecommunications scholars from eleven American universities who had spent the past year putting together a communications policy agenda for the next administration, released their report titled ...And Communications for All: A Policy Agenda for a New Administration, edited by Amit Schejter. close
*The transcript for this program was compiled from uncorrected Closed Captioning.
People in this video
- Robert M. Frieden Professor Columbia University->Law School
- Ellen P. Goodman Professor Columbia University->Law School
- Kathryn Montgomery Professor American University->Communications
- Jon M. Peha Professor Carnegie Mellon University->Department of Engineering and Public Policy
- Amit M. Schejter Assistant Professor Pennsylvania State University->College of Communications
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