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Well Connected Project Begins Wiki Issue Portal on Congresspedia

July 13th, 2007 · 1 Comment

Today, the Well Connected Project of the Center for Public Integrity is excited to launch an issue portal jointly with Congresspedia. This issue portal is a wiki, like Wikipedia, creating a collection of articles on telecom, media and technology policy, in a single location. Anyone can read, write and edit these articles.
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URL: http://www.publicintegrity.org/telecom/telecomwatch.aspx?eid=2980

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Tags: congress · congresspedia · media · technology · telecom

Podcast about the Fault Lines in Tech Lobbying

July 2nd, 2007 · No Comments

The podcast of my keynote speech at EDUCAUSE, “Mapping the Fault Lines in Telecom, Media and Tech Lobbying,” is now available an online podcast.Here’s the blurb from the event:
The digital convergence of telecommunications, media, and technology is changing the landscape for policy makers and the industries that lobby them, as well as the users of […]

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Tags: lobbying · media · technology · telecom

Speaking at EDUCAUSE Policy 2007 Conference

May 9th, 2007 · No Comments

Speaking at EDUCAUSE Policy 2007 Conference
I’ll be keynoting the EDUCAUSE Policy 2007 conference here in Washington next week, speaking about “the fault lines in telecom, media and technology lobbying.”
Here’s the abstract:
The digital convergence of telecommunications, media, and technology is changing the landscape for policy makers and the industries that lobby them, as well as the […]

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Tags: education · lobbying · media · speeches · technology · telecom

New House Subcommittee To Investigate Media Ownership

January 13th, 2007 · No Comments

New House Subcommittee To Investigate Media Ownership
By Drew Clark
MEMPHIS, Tenn., January 13, 2007 — A new House subcommittee chaired by Rep. Dennis Kucinich, D-Ohio, will turn its oversight to a range of government agencies, particularly the Federal Communications Commission, Kucinich announced here on Friday night.
Kucinich, a 2004 candidate for the Democratic presidential nomination who stated […]

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Tags: FCC · media · ownership