The Communicators Schedule

Week of February 23 through March 2

All times and durations are subject to change

Saturday, February 27
5:00 PM EST on C-SPAN2Approx. 29 min. Communicators with Colin Bryar and Bill CarrColin Bryar; Bill Carr; Peter SlenColin Bryar and Bill Carr, longtime Amazon executives, talked about their book, Working ... Colin Bryar and Bill Carr, longtime Amazon executives, talked about their book, Working Backwards: Insights, Stories, and Secrets from Inside Amazon, which breaks down the online retailer’s approach to culture and leadership. 6:29 PM EST on C-SPANApprox. 29 min. Communicators on Technology and Telecommunications IssuesEmily Birnbaum; Ashley Gold; Gopal Ratnam; Peter SlenWashington, D.C.,-based tech reporters talked about tech and the telecommunications industry ... Washington, D.C.,-based tech reporters talked about tech and the telecommunications industry issues as the Biden administration completed its first month. Topics included anti-trust cases, legislative proposals from the Biden administration, Congress, and the FCC.
Monday, March 1
8:00 AM EST on C-SPAN2Approx. 29 min. Communicators on Technology and Telecommunications IssuesEmily Birnbaum; Ashley Gold; Gopal Ratnam; Peter SlenWashington, D.C.,-based tech reporters talked about tech and the telecommunications industry ... Washington, D.C.,-based tech reporters talked about tech and the telecommunications industry issues as the Biden administration completed its first month. Topics included anti-trust cases, legislative proposals from the Biden administration, Congress, and the FCC. 8:00 PM EST on C-SPAN2Approx. 29 min. Communicators on Technology and Telecommunications IssuesEmily Birnbaum; Ashley Gold; Gopal Ratnam; Peter SlenWashington, D.C.,-based tech reporters talked about tech and the telecommunications industry ... Washington, D.C.,-based tech reporters talked about tech and the telecommunications industry issues as the Biden administration completed its first month. Topics included anti-trust cases, legislative proposals from the Biden administration, Congress, and the FCC.