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Broadband Breakfast Club

The Broadband Breakfast Club is a monthly, archived webcast focusing on broadband policy and legal issues important to the digital media and telecom industries. Each webcast is available for a full year of online access for $40.

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1/13/09 House Majority Whip James Clyburn at Broadband Breakfast Club on How the FCC's National Broadband Plan Will Affect Broadband Stimulus Details Add to Cart

6/10/09 Spending the Stimulus: Technologies That Enable Universal Broadband Connectivity Details Add to Cart

5/12/09 Broadband Breakfast Club May 2009 Panel Discussion - Includes access to Rep. Rick Boucher keynote address Details Add to Cart

5/12/09 Rep. Rick Boucher keynote on Rural Broadband Stimulus - Includes access to panel discussion Details Add to Cart

3/10/09 How Do We Get More Broadband Competition? Details Add to Cart

2/10/09 The Role of Wireless Frequencies in Widespread Broadband Deployment Details Add to Cart

1/13/09 What Will Broadband Do to the Universal Service Fund? Details Add to Cart

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Webcast Event Details

12/9/2008 - Broadband Breakfast Club December 2008

  • Moderator: Drew Clark
  • Susan Fox, vice president of government relations for Walt Disney
  • Neal Neuberger, executive director of the Institute for e-Health Policy
  • Alan Shark, executive director of the Public Technology Institute
  • Geoff Daily, a telecom blogger at

Adoption of broadband is widely regarded as one of at least three core components of a national broadband strategy that also includes access (broadband is universally available) and affordability (prices for broadband are falling, as with other information-economy goods).

This discussion dives into the issue of broadband adoption. What applications are necessary to drive demand? What can policy-makers do to promote broadband demand? What role can information about availability and affordability - such as the free data on - play in harnessing this demand into new high-speed subscribers?

Broadband Breakfast Club

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