Digital Policy Institute Webinar:
Special Access--What's Best for Business and the Public?
The Digital Policy Institute (DPI), an interdisciplinary research organization based at Ball State University, will host a webinar titled,"Special Access--What's Best for Business and the Public?" on Wednesday, March 2, 2016, at 2:00 PM EST.
The webinar will explore the competitive dynamics of today's market for business broadband – also known as "special access." Looking at connections in specific states as well as nationwide, a panel of legal, regulatory and policy experts will offer a wide range of views.
Moderated by Digital Policy Institute Senior Fellow Barry Umansky, the discussion will drill down on the importance of broadband to business enterprises, how the "special access" market has evolved over time, the connectivity solutions available to businesses today and how to determine whether the market is, in fact, competitive.
Moderator: Barry Umansky. Barry is a Senior Fellow and Senior Policy Counsel at the Digital Policy Institute and Professor of Telecommunications at Ball State University
Larry Spiwak,--President, Phoenix Center for Advanced Legal & Economic Public Policy Studies
- Anna-Maria Kovacs--Senior Visiting Fellow, Georgetown Center for Business and Public Policy
- Evan Leo,--Partner, Kellogg, Huber, Hansen, Todd, Evans & Figel, PLLC
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