Innovation, Information Technology and the Economy
A panel of telecommunications industry executives talked about the impact of innovation and technology on the U.S. economy. Topics… read more
A panel of telecommunications industry executives talked about the impact of innovation and technology on the U.S. economy. Topics included increasing television programming choices, infrastructure availability concerns, and “net neutrality,” the principle that all Internet content should be treated equally by network service providers. They also responded to questions from the audience.
This program was part of a day-long Brookings Institution program on innovative economic growth strategies for government and business sectors. close
*The transcript for this program was compiled from uncorrected Closed Captioning.
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- Bewkes, Jeffrey L. Chair and CEO Time Warner, Inc.
- Genachowski, Julius Chair Federal Communications Commission
- Hutchins, Glenn Co-Founder and CEO Silver Lake Investment Bank
- Stephenson, Randall L. Chair and CEO AT&T Inc
- Talbott, Strobe President Brookings Institution
- West, Darrell M. Vice President and Director Brookings Institution->Governance Studies Program
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