Sponsored by the Federal - State Joint Conference on Advanced Services with NTIA. Commissioner Mignon Clyburn. Federal Communications Commission. Commissioner Larry Landis. Indiana Public Service Commission.
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2013 Broadband Summit Broadband Adoption and Usage - What Have We Learned?
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2013 Broadband SummitBroadband Adoption and Usage - What Have We Learned?Sponsored by the Federal - State Joint Conference on Advanced Services with NTIA
Geoffrey G. Why, Angela Kronenberg, Commissioner Clyburn, Commissioner Landis, Laura Breeden, Kalun Lee and Garnet Hanly
Commissioner Clyburn and
Commissioner Philip B. Jones
Washington State Utilities and
Congresswoman Doris Matsui (CA)via video recording
Secretary Larry StricklingNational Telecommunications and Information Administration
Chairman Julius GenachowskiFederal Communications Commission
Commissioner Robert McDowellFCC
Commissioner Ajit PaiFCC
Commissioner Jessica Rosenworcel
Dr. Jon GantPanel 1: What have we Learned from Academic Studies on How to Close the Broadband Adoption Gap
Dr. John Horrigan
Dr. Karen Mossberger and Dr. Valerie Wilson
Dr. Valerie Wilson and Tom Koutsky
Commissioner Geoffrey Why (MA), Moderator, Deb Socia, Kyle Toto, Bao Vang, Sybil Boutilier, and Derrick BulawaPanel 2: Discussion of Best Practices Learned from Implementing Broadband Adoption Programs Within Different Communities
Panel 3: Discussion of Best Practices Learned from Implementing
Broadband Adoption Programs Within Different Communities
Panel 4: Discussion of Industry Best Practices to Increase Broadband Adoption Among the Various Technologies
Dave Davidson and Bret Perkins
Commissioner Larry Landis
2013 Broadband Summit Broadband Adoption and Usage - What Have We Learned? - Description
Sponsored by the Federal State Joint Conference on Advanced Services with NTIA Commissioner Mignon Clyburn Federal Communications Commission Commissioner Larry Landis Indiana Public Service Commission ID: 795676 Download
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Measuring Broadband Program Impacts. John B. Horrigan, PhD. Vice President, Policy Research. Home broadband adoption 2001 -- 2012 . (Source: Pew Internet & American Life Project). Percent of Americans with Smartphones.
Virginia Municipal League. Tuesday, October 2, . 2018 . Necessity of Universal Broadband. Access to high-quality broadband, at school, at work, AND at home is critical to full participation in American life.
Elizabeth Garner. State Demography Office. Colorado Department of Local Affairs. 2015. www.colorado.gov/demography. Economic Outlook. Physical capital (investment. ). Trade (degree of openness. ). Level of work effort (labor force participation, .
Frank Douma and . Adeel. . Lari. State and Local Policy Program. Overview. Transportation and Telecommunication: “Connection”. Definitions of “Connected”. Note: this is NOT autonomous . Role for Broadband: the backbone.