Drew Clark on the Politics of Telecom, Media and Technology

October 10th, 2007

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Drew Clark of the Center for Public Integrity joined an enthusiastic crowd at today’s Berkman Luncheon Series to discuss “Media Tracker, FCC Watch, and the Politics of Telecom, Media and Technology.”

Drew, a senior fellow and project manager at the Center, not only provided great insight into the difficult and confusing intersection of technology & politics, but also dove into specific examples such as, the FCC’s 700 MHz auction and the Connect Kentucky project.

For more information on Drew’s work, the Center for Public Integrity, and future luncheon guests, check out the Events & Webcast blog.

Runtime: 1:03:25, size: 320×240, 175MB, .MOV, H.264 codec

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  • 1. contentious.com - links f&hellip  |  October 21st, 2007 at 8:19 am

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  • 2. Mashing the Media (and Wa&hellip  |  November 6th, 2007 at 12:07 am

    […] Last week was a whirlwind of activity for the telecommunications, media and technology project with which I had been engaged since August 2006.The folks at the Berkman Center for Internet and Society at Harvard were kind enough to invite me to speak in their luncheon series on Tuesday, October 9. I discussed “Media Tracker, FCC Watch, and the Politics of Telecom, Media and Technology.” I’m happy to report that the event is now archived on Media Berkman as a webcast. […]

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    […] I was particularly taken by the strong level of interest in mapping out broadband availability and competition during the presentation. (You can watch the video yourself on the Media Berkman site.) […]

  • 4. BroadbandCensus.com: Star&hellip  |  November 12th, 2009 at 11:51 pm

    […] Last week was a whirlwind of activity for the telecommunications, media and technology project with which I had been engaged since August 2006.The folks at the Berkman Center for Internet and Society at Harvard were kind enough to invite me to speak in their luncheon series on Tuesday, October 9. I discussed “Media Tracker, FCC Watch, and the Politics of Telecom, Media and Technology.” I’m happy to report that the event is now archived on Media Berkman as a webcast. […]

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