TPI Aspen Forum Goes Virtual: Broadband Day

TPI Aspen Forum Goes Virtual: Broadband Day

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2020 is the year that truly showed us how integral broadband is to our lives. The COVID19 pandemic highlighted strengths, weaknesses, and everything in between. There is renewed interest and re-invigorated debate about the digital divide, broadband deployment, and the role of government. What has been working well for Americans? What can we improve on? How does regulation improve or hurt some of the most pressing tech issues? Join us as we attempt to find answers to these topics and more.
Panel discussions and participants focused on broadband are:
The Digital Divide: Pandemic Lessons and Solutions from Around the World
Ceri Howes, Head of Regulatory, Opensignal
Larry Irving, President and CEO, Irving Group
Judith Mariscal, Executive Director, Centro Latam Digital and Professor, Centro de Investigación y Docencia Económicas
Gregory Rosston, Director, Public Policy Program, Stanford University and Gordon Cain Senior Fellow, Stanford Institute for Economic Policy Research
Scott Wallsten (moderator), President and Senior Fellow, Technology Policy Institute
Broadband and the FCC: Successes and Challenges
Brendan Carr, Commissioner, Federal Communications Commission
Mignon Clyburn, Principal, MLC Strategies, Open Society Foundations Leadership in Government Fellow and Former Commissioner, Federal Communications Commission
Rob McDowell, Partner, Cooley LLP and Former Commissioner, Federal Communications Commission
Geoffrey Starks, Commissioner, Federal Communications Commission
Bryan Tramont (moderator), Managing Partner, Wilkinson Barker Knauer, LLP
For a flashback, check out our graphic recording artist’s work from last year’s Aspen Forum panel on 5G and broadband:

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