Thursday, November 14, 2013

Broadband Access Gap Creates A Greater Divide Between Minorities and Healthcare.gov

November 14, 2013

Tweet In the past few weeks, the attention of the American people has been trained on Healthcare.gov, the federal health insurance enrollment website, which is experiencing a number of technical problems. The website glitches do present a barrier to the uninsured and underinsured who are making efforts to participate at this point in the enrollment […]

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The Minority Media and Telecommunications Council Presents: The Fifth Annual Broadband and Social Justice Summit – Save the Date for January 15th and 16th, 2014! Registration Opens Soon!

November 14, 2013

Tweet MMTC’s 2014 Broadband and Social Justice Summit, “Bridging the Gap:  Infrastructure, Education, and Equity in the Digital Economy,” convenes media and telecom industry experts and insiders to highlight the biggest issues affecting MWBEs and underserved communities. This year’s Summit highlights how Internet adoption is the great equalizer – it creates jobs and entrepreneurship, promotes […]

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Rainbow PUSH Coalition Honors Engaged and Inspiring Leaders Tonight and Tomorrow at Annual Media and Telecom Symposium

November 14, 2013

Tweet The Rainbow PUSH Coalition will commence its Annual Media and Telecom Symposium with an Opening VIP Reception tonight at the Capitol Hilton Hotel, 1001 16th Street, NW, Washington, DC 200036.  The full day symposium will take place on Friday, November 15, 2013, at the same location. The Opening VIP reception will honor an inaugural […]

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MMTC SUPPORTS FCC’S MOVE TO PROMOTE ACCESS TO CAPITAL IN BROADCASTING

November 14, 2013

Tweet WASHINGTON, D.C. (November 14, 2013):  Today, the Federal Communications Commission will vote on relaxing its 101-year-old policy barring overseas investors from owning more than a 25 percent stake in U.S. broadcast stations. This FCC policy reform – the very first new initiative to be voted on by the Wheeler Commission – would make much-needed […]

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