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Monday, February 22, 2010

Are You Watching C-Span's "The Communicators"?
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Are you a tech policy geek? Do you have a strange infatuation with nerdy communications, media, and Internet policy matters? Then you probably need to get out more and get a life. Then you should be watching C-Span's outstanding program "The Communicators"! It's a half-hour weekly program featuring a different guest expert (or 2) discussing hot topics and developments in the fields of telecom regulation, media policy, and cyberlaw.

This week's show featured Kyle McSlarrow, President & CEO National Cable & Telecommunications Association (NCTA), as well as one of the nation's finest beat reporters in this arena, Kim Hart, who writes for The Hill and the excellent Hillicon Valley blog. Their "Communicators" discussion an interesting conversation about the FCC, the agency's national broadband plan, Net neutrality, universal service subsidies, Google's rising influence in Beltway debates, and more. Other recent "Communicator" guests, among many others, have included:

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