FCC to Release National Broadband Plan Consumer Survey Results
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FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE:
NEWS MEDIA CONTACT:February 18, 2010
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FCC TO RELEASE NATIONAL BROADBAND PLAN
CONSUMER SURVEY RESULTSWashington, D.C. -- On February 23 at the Brookings Institution, the Federal Communications
Commission will unveil the results of the National Broadband Plan Consumer Survey.
WHEN:Tuesday, February 23, 2010, 11:30 a.m. -- 1:00 p.m.
WHERE:The Brookings Institution, Falk Auditorium
1775 Massachusetts Ave, NW
WHO:FCC Chairman Julius Genachowski
Darrell West, Vice President and Director of Governance Studies at Brookings
John Horrigan, FCC consumer research director
Danny Weitzner, Associate Administrator for the NTIA’s Office of Policy
Analysis and Development
FCC Chairman Julius Genachowski will provide opening remarks on how this consumer data
provides insights on America’s attitudes toward broadband and views on how to improve access
for all. John Horrigan, FCC consumer research director, will present these survey results in depth
and address how the findings will inform the final National Broadband Plan due to Congress on
March 17. Following these remarks, Danny Weitzner, associate administrator with the National
Telecommunications and Information Administration, and Darrell West, director of Governance
Studies at Brookings, will examine these attitudinal results and how they will shape the National
To RSVP, please call the Brookings Office of Communications at 202.797.6105, or visit link
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