On March 9 we are hosting a full day conference on our Digital Age Communications Age Project, and it will be a day that anyone interested in communications policy reform will not want to miss. Keynote speakers are Sen. Jim DeMint, Rep. Marsha Blackburn, and former House Majority Leader Dick Armey. There are panels on Net Neutrality, USF Reform, Spectrum Reform, and Video Franchising Reform, with the discussion focusing on the treatment of these hot-button issues within the context of the legislative proposals put forward by the DACA working groups. The Spectrum panel will be discussing the initial version of that working group's report to be released in advance of the conference, and all of the groups will be looking for your feedback.
The full conference agenda is here. With the outstanding lineup of speakers and expert panelists we have on the program, the discussions and debates are guaranteed to be informative and interesting. So please register in advance so we'll know you are coming and can plan accordingly.
Be there or be square (and out of the communications policy loop!)