Susan Crawford, formerly science and technology advisor to President Obama and currently a visiting professor at the Kennedy School and Harvard Law School, has recently written of a "crisis" in broadband competition in America, of the growing dominance of cable operators, and of a "new digital divide" between those who have access to high-capacity broadband networks and those who do not.  Is she correct? Is the battle among wireline broadband providers just about over, and will only one group of companies be left standing? What role will wireless play in broadband competition, economic development, and America's global competitiveness? Is wireless in America still competitive, and will it remain so? Join BroadbandUS.TV co-hosts Jim Baller and Marty Stern on February 28 for a wide-ranging discussion with Professor Crawford followed by a spirited debate on these issues among Larry Krevor, Vice President of Government Relations, Sprint Nextel; Dr. Lev Gonick, CIO of Case Western Reserve University; and Everett M. Ehrlich, President and business economist at ESC Company.


Jim Baller
The Baller Herbst Law Group
Marty Stern
Partner, K&L Gates


Susan Crawford:
Visiting Stanton Professor of the First Amendment, Harvard Kennedy School of Government;
visiting Professor, Harvard Law School





Larry Krevor:
Vice President - Govenment Affairs
Sprint Nextel Corporation


Dr. Lev Gonick:
Chief Information Officer
Case Western Reserve University




Everett M. Ehrlich:
CEO and Business Economist, ESC Company