January 2013

MMTC’s 2013 Broadband and Social Justice Summit Highlights – Just 5 Days Away!

January 11, 2013

Tweet Washington, DC’s Minority Media and Telecommunications Council (MMTC) will convene some of the nation’s most noted leaders on broadband policy, telecommunications, and social justice to discuss “Creating Economic Opportunity through Digital Equality” at its 4th Annual Broadband & Social Justice Summit. WASHINGTON, DC, 1/11/2013 – The 4th Annual Broadband and Social Justice Summit is […]

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Comcast’s Cohen, Prison Payphone Justice Advocates to Receive Annual Social Justice Awards; MMTC Fellows to be Spotlighted at Broadband and Social Justice Summit

January 7, 2013

Tweet Washington, DC’s Minority Media and Telecommunications Council (MMTC) will convene some of the nation’s most noted leaders on broadband policy, telecommunications, and social justice to discuss “Creating Economic Opportunity through Digital Equality” at its 4th Annual Broadband & Social Justice Summit. WASHINGTON, DC, 1/7/2013 – The Minority Media and Telecommunications Council (MMTC) created the […]

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Social Media Slows Us Down

January 6, 2013

Tweet There’s only one thing left to do: confess while you still have time.  Let’s face it, the daily grind started well, but became more mundane by the hour and your virtual “social life” just couldn’t wait.  In fact, why should it?  It only takes a few minutes to hop online and update the Facebook status you […]

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MMTC’s BBSJ Summit Features Four Former FCC Chairs on One Roundtable for the First Time

January 2, 2013

Tweet Washington, DC’s Minority Media and Telecommunications Council (MMTC) will convene some of the nation’s most noted leaders on broadband policy, telecommunications, and social justice to discuss “Creating Economic Opportunity through Digital Equality” at its 4th Annual Broadband & Social Justice Summit. WASHINGTON, DC, 1/2/2013 – The Minority Media and Telecommunications Council (MMTC) created the […]

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