Back to the Spectrum Future Part II
Back to the Spectrum Future Part II
Back to the Spectrum Future Part II

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    Earlier this year, Public Knowledge published Back to the Spectrum Future: The 20th Anniversary of the Spectrum Policy Task Force, a white paper that proposes a backcasting model rooted in core public interest principles to help guide our spectrum policymakers toward a wireless future that serves and includes all Americans. A value-based spectrum policy framework allows us to envision a future where everyone has access to reliable and affordable telecommunications services—and then provides a path toward it. Join us on Thursday, May 4 at 3 pm ET for a conversation about the implications of this new approach to spectrum policy in light of NTIA’s current initiative to develop a National Spectrum Strategy. 

    Event Timeline

    3 pm: Welcome Remarks

    3:10-3:40 pm: Fireside Chat with Alan Davidson & Chris Lewis

    3:45-4 pm: Paper Presentation by Kathleen Burke

    4-4:45 pm: Reaction Panel moderated by Harold Feld – Senior Vice President at Public Knowledge


    Nicol Turner-Lee – Director at The Center for Technology Innovation (CTI)

    Alisa Valentin – Senior Director of Technology & Telecommunication Policy at the National Urban League

    Additional Panelists to be added

    4:45-6 pm: Happy Hour Reception