Guest Host: Rebecca Roberts

Congress may have left town for the August recess — but for those who follow telecommunications policy, the summer is just heating up. New leadership has taken over at the Federal Communications Commission, which is working feverishly to produce a national plan to make high-speed Internet more available. We explore what the changing of the guard at the FCC means for the future of technology policy.


  • Fawn Johnson Reporter, Dow Jones Newswires

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