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  • Communicators at the Congressional Hackathon Part 2
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    Communicators at the Congressional Hackathon, Part 2

    "The Communicators visited a Capitol Hill "hackathon"seminar in which congressional staffers and employees from government agencies and outside groups brainstorm about how to use technology to open up congressional services and records to more Americans. ... This was part 2 of a seminar called "The* Congressional Hackathon."

      The Communicators  C-SPAN | Communicators151 views
  • Communicators with Gigi Sohn and Robert McDowell
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    Communicators with Gigi Sohn and Robert McDowell

    Gigi Sohn and Robert McDowell talked about the proposed merger of T-Mobile and Sprint and what it means for the two companies, consumers, and the wider cellular and communications world.

      The Communicators  C-SPAN | Communicators251 views
  • Communicators at the Congressional Hackathon
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    Communicators at the Congressional Hackathon

    The hackathon is a seminar in which congressional leaders, staffers, and other participants brainstorm about how to use technology to open up congressional services and records to more Americans.

      The Communicators  C-SPAN | Communicators192 views
  • Communicators at the Congressional Hackathon
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    Radio: Communicators at the Congressional Hackathon

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    The hackathon is a seminar in which congressional leaders, staffers, and other participants brainstorm about how to use technology to open up congressional services and records to more Americans.

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  • Communicators with Craig Moffett
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    Communicators with Craig Moffett

    Telecommunications analyst Craig Moffett talked about the impact of telecommunication developments on the television, video, and internet industries. Some of the developments include merger efforts, 5G, and net neutrality.

      The Communicators  C-SPAN | Communicators308 views
  • Communicators with Zeynep Tufekci
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    Communicators with Zeynep Tufekci

    Zeynep Tufekci, author of Twitter and Tear Gas and an associate professor of information and library science at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, talked about the issues related to Facebook and other social media companies becoming "surveillance machines."

      The Communicators  C-SPAN | Communicators306 views
  • Communicators with Lee Goodman and Nuala OConnor
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    Communicators with Lee Goodman and Nuala O'Connor

    Attorney Lee Goodman and Nuala O'Connor, Center for Democracy and Technology CEO, reviewed the week's congressional hearings with Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg and the privacy issues raised by the use of personal data of up to 87 million Americans by Cambridge Analytica.

      The Communicators  C-SPAN | Communicators377 views
  • Communicators and the State of the Net Conference Part 2
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    Communicators and the State of the Net Conference, Part 2

    Assistant Homeland Security Secretary Jeanette Manfra, Kathryn Condello of CenturyLink, Zello's Bill Moore, Deputy Assistant Secretary of State Robert Strayer, and Sanja Kelly of Freedom House, spoke about technology, cybersecurity, and emergency preparedness while attending the "State of the Net" conference at the Newseum.

      The Communicators  C-SPAN | Communicators405 views
  • Communicators with Michael Powell
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    Communicators with Michael Powell

    Powell also discussed the Department of Justice's antitrust trial against the proposed AT&T and Time Warner merger, and internet regulation.

      The Communicators  C-SPAN | Communicators483 views
  • Communicators with Bob Quinn
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    Communicators with Bob Quinn

    ., talked about the trial that began that week over his company's plan to buy Time Warner. The Justice Department brought an antitrust suit against AT&T, arguing that an AT&T-Time Warner merger would reduce competition, lead to higher monthly consumer bills, and slow the growth of new video models. ... Quinn also discussed the FCC's decision to change the way the internet is regulated and his belief that "edge providers" like Google and Facebook should be subject to the same regulations as AT&T and other internet service providers.

      The Communicators  C-SPAN | Communicators451 views
  • Communicators with Jimmy Soni
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    Communicators with Jimmy Soni

    Shannon's research on communications and information theory influenced decades of communications including telegraphy, telephony, the internet, and cell phones. Jimmy Soni is the co-author of A Mind at Play How Claude Shannon Invented the Information Age.

      The Communicators  C-SPAN | Communicators249 views
  • Communicators with Representative Marsha Blackburn
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    Communicators with Representative Marsha Blackburn

    Representative Marsha Blackburn (R-TN) chair of the House Energy and Commerce Subcommittee on Communications and Technology, talked about her legislation to reauthorize the Federal Communications Commission for the first time in 28 years. Other topics included the expansion of broadband to areas that do not have it, 5G, and paying TV and radio stations that gave up spectrum to allow 5G development,

      The Communicators  C-SPAN | Communicators296 views
  • Communicators with FCC Commissioner Mignon Clyburn
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    Communicators with FCC Commissioner Mignon Clyburn

    FCC Commissioner Mignon Clyburn (D) talked about the agency's rejection of net neutrality under its Republican Chair Ajit Pai. "Net neutrality" refers to Obama administration rules that regulated the internet like a public utility and prohibited internet service providers from blocking or charging websites for higher quality delivery to consumers.Other topics included the role of the FCC in comparison to the Federal Trade Commission's role in internet regulation, as well as the push for 5G and broadband expansion.

      The Communicators  C-SPAN | Communicators348 views
  • Communicators and the State of the Net Conference Part 1
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    Communicators and the State of the Net Conference, Part 1

    Katie Harbath, Candice Hoke, Karen Kornbluh, and Miranda Bogen spoke with "The Communicators" about communications policy while attending the "State of the Net" conference at the Newseum. Each interview concerned how the internet was used or abused in 2017 and a preview of 2018. Other topics included the internet's impact on democracy and voting as well as emergency preparedness.

      The Communicators  C-SPAN | Communicators423 views
  • Communicators at 2018 CES Part 4
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    Communicators at 2018 CES, Part 4

    Part 4 of "The Communicators" at the Consumer Electronics Association 2018 Technology Show focused on the latest in televisions, 5G, and digital media. Among those interviewed were Tim Alessi of LG, Sherif Hanna of Qualcomm, Peter Csathy, author of "Media 2.0 (18)," and Rick Schwerdtfeger of the National Science Foundation. This was the fourth of four episodes from the 2018 Consumer Electronics Association (CES), a consumer electronics show held January 8-12, 2018, in Las Vegas, Nevada.

      The Communicators  C-SPAN | Communicators418 views
  • Communicators at 2018 CES Part 3
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    Communicators at 2018 CES, Part 3

    Part 3 of "The Communicators" at the Consumer Electronics Association 2018 Technology Show focused on artificial intelligence with Deepu Talla from NVIDIA, Andrew Shuman from Microsoft, and Adelyn Zhou of TOPBOTS. This was the third of four episodes from the 2018 Consumer Electronics Association (CES), a consumer electronics show held January 8-12, 2018, in Las Vegas, Nevada.

      The Communicators  C-SPAN | Communicators715 views
  • Communicators at 2018 CES Part 2
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    Communicators at 2018 CES, Part 2

    Part 2 of The Communicators at the Consumer Electronics Association 2018 Technology Show focused on robots and drones. Interviews were shown with representatives from Omron Automotive, which uses artificial intelligence in robots; DJI, a Chinese company that makes drones and does drone research in the U.S.; and young entrepreneurs who were using drones to teach computer programming to high school students. ... This was the second of four episodes from the 2018 Consumer Electronics Association (CES), a consumer electronics show held January 8-12, 2018, in Las Vegas, Nevada.

      The Communicators  C-SPAN | Communicators450 views
  • Communicators at 2018 CES Part 1
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    Communicators at 2018 CES, Part 1

    The Communicators spoke with the CEO of the Consumer Technology Association at the 2018 annual Consumer Election Show (CES). The program includes information about some of the latest technology and interviews with technology industry leaders and Governor Rick Snyder (R-Mi), who talked about about his state's auto industry and developments in technology. This was the first of four episodes from the* 2018 Consumer Electronics Association (CES), a consumer electronics show held January 8-12, 2018, in Las Vegas, Nevada.

      The Communicators  C-SPAN | Communicators681 views
  • Communicators at Bell Labs Part 2
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    Communicators at Bell Labs, Part 2

    Three Bell Labs researchers talked about their communications and technology research at the labs, one the world's premier communications research facilities. ... Part 1 of 2 interviews recorded at the Labs in Murray Hill, New Jersey.

      The Communicators  C-SPAN | Communicators600 views
  • Communicators at Bell Labs Part 1
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    Communicators at Bell Labs, Part 1

    Marcus Weldon talked about communications and technology reseach going on at Bell Labs, one the world's premier communications research facilities. ... Part 1 of 2 interviews recorded at the Labs in Murray Hill, New Jersey.

      The Communicators  C-SPAN | Communicators624 views
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