March 2012

National Urban League Releases SOBA Report: Broadband-Powered Media Will Play a Significant Role in 2012 Campaign

March 9, 2012

Tweet During a two-hour Town Hall Forum held at Howard University Wednesday evening, a much-revered civil rights organization, the National Urban League (NUL), released its 37th The State of Black America (SOBA) report, titled “Occupy the Vote to Educate, Employ & Empower.” The 2012 campaign will focus on the political process as the nation continues […]

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Can Spectrum Keep up with Newest Product Advances?

March 8, 2012

Tweet The world is going mobile, and if we as a nation are to keep up, we need to ensure that ample spectrum is available to meet our growing needs. Apple’s new iPad is just the latest in a line of product advancements that is driving mobile broadband demand. Analysts predict that by the end […]

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A Deeper Look into Wireless Spectrum Capacity and Its Effect on Device Performance and Consumers: A Response to CNNMoney Tech’s Spectrum Series

March 6, 2012

Tweet PART II: Experts Weigh in at MMTC’s Open Forum on Spectrum What would you say if I told you that the concept for mobile communications was first patented by a black man 125 years ago?  You would probably be utterly surprised, like I was today at MMTC’s Spectrum Forum, where Jonathan Spalter introduced me […]

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Social Justice in the Information Age

March 4, 2012

Tweet Social Justice = Opportunity. Much like isolating the variables in algebraic equations to arrive at the answer, in public policy we must define our goals to reach the solution. Knowing our overarching goal:  Social Justice.  And understanding what our goal means:  Social Justice = Opportunity.  Make it easier to apply our goals to a […]

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David Honig Speaks on Minority and Women Media Ownership

March 2, 2012

Tweet Minority Media and Telecommunications Council Co-Founder and President David Honig recently educated a room full of Howard University students and faculty on the history and future of women and minority media ownership. As a featured lecturer of the School of Communications’ Time Warner Speaker Series, Honig shed light on the mechanisms preventing minorities and […]

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