Broadband US TV,
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presents a Special Live Webcast

The Net Neutrality/Open Internet Debate –
What’s Next, What’s the End Game?

May 27th, 2010 - 1:00 - 2:30 pm EDT

This webcast is part of the Broadband Policy Series

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Austin Schlick, General Counsel of the FCC, will join BroadbandUS TV hosts Jim Baller and Marty Stern to discuss the FCC's case for reclassification of broadband Internet access as a regulated telecommunications service. Julius Knapp, Chief of the FCC's Office of Engineering and Technology, who's heading up the FCC Technical Advisory Panel on the open Internet, will also join Jim and K&L Gates partner Marc Martin to discuss technical issues surrounding the open Internet debate.

Your Hosts:
Jim Baller
Jim Baller
Principal, The Baller Herbst Law Group
Marty Stern
Marty Stern
Partner, K&L Gates

The program will include two panels of experts who will face-off in lively, spirited debate on the political and legal considerations surrounding net neutrality, and the economic/technical case for new net neutrality rules.

PROGRAM LINEUP:

Austin SchlickThe FCC's Case for Reclassification

Austin Schlick, General Counsel, Federal Communications Commission


Political and Legal Considerations: Can the FCC Get this Over the Line and Keep it There?
Barbara Esbin
Barbara Esbin
Formerly Senior Fellow and Director, Progress & Freedom Foundation
Harold Feld
Harold Feld

Legal Director,
Public Knowledge
C. Lincoln (Link) Hoewing
C. Lincoln (Link) Hoewing

Assistant Vice President, Internet and Technology Issues, Verizon
Joanne S. Hovis
Joanne S. Hovis

President, Columbia Telecommunications Corp., President-elect, NATOA

Julius Knapp

What's all this shouting about technical issues and the open Internet?

Julius Knapp, Chief, FCC Office of Engineering and Technology


The Economic/Technical Case for and Against new Open Internet/Net Neutrality Rules
Rebecca Arbogast
Rebecca Arbogast

Managing Director,
Stifel Nicolaus
Dr. Mark N. Cooper
Dr. Mark N. Cooper

Director of Research, Consumer Federation of America
Dr. Jeffrey A. Eisenach
Dr. Jeffrey A. Eisenach

Managing Director, Navigant Economics
 

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