Claude Aiken will appear at 12:30 pm ET on today’s Broadband Breakfast live podcast, discussing what changes President-elect Joe Biden and Vice President-elect Kamala Harris might bring for the country’s use of broadband technologies? How will the technology and communications industries be affected? Will public policy on controversial tech policy issues, including Section 230 of the Communications Decency Act, be markedly different from today? What does the quest for “universal broadband” mean? Tune in to hear what industry groups believe is likely to happen, come January 20, 2021.
The podcast actually begins at noon, with Claude joining at 12:30. The public link for this particular event is: http://broadbandbreakfast.com/2020/11/broadband-breakfast-live-online-on-wednesday-december-2-broadband-and-the-biden-administration-part-2/
Tuesday, December 15 at 2pm (ET)
Presented by CQA
The winners of RDOF Phase I: Auction 904 have officially been announced. What's next? Winning bidders have until December 22, 2020 to assign winning bids to related entities and until January 29, 2021 to submit their Long Form application (FCC Form 683).
To help you prepare, our experts have recorded video guides and will present an online event (12/15 at 2pm ET) covering the requirements and what you need to look out for. We recommend you watch the videos in advance of the online event.
On-demand Videos Available Here https://www.ustelecom.org/event/preparing-your-rdof-long-form-your-questions-answered/
- A Comprehensive Overview
- ETC, Financial Requirements, and Bankruptcy Code
- Stage II of Technology and System Design
- Stephen E. Coran, Attorney, Lerman Senter PLLC
- Lynn Follansbee, VP, Policy & Advocacy, USTelecom
- Jim Stegeman, President/CEO, CostQuest Associates
- Jon Wilkins, Partner, Quadra Partners, LLC