COVID19 has highlighted the importance of broadband and with it, the influence of the Federal Communications Commission. With so many people relying on connected technology as a lifeline, FCC Chairman Ajit Pai has remained busy. However, he has made time to participate in a fireside chat with CNBC Anchor Brian Sullivan. At last year’s forum, Sullivan dazzled TPI’s audience with his combination of wit and fast-paced conversation.
This year, there’s plenty to talk about, including the rollout of 5G, spectrum, rural and low-income broadband access, and a host of other issues. Between Pai’s workload and Sullivan’s interview experience, this fireside chat promises to be a lively discussion.
While we regret not being able to host this discussion at the St. Regis in Aspen, our virtual format promises to be just as engaging. We hope you’ll join us for this fireside chat, and the rest of TPI’s Virtual Aspen Summit. You can register here, today.
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