Friday, January 31, 2014

MMTC Extends Big Thanks to BBSJ Summit Attendees and Supporters!

January 31, 2014

Tweet On behalf of MMTC’s Board of Directors and staff, we would like to thank you for your contribution to the success of our 2014 Broadband & Social Justice Summit, held on January 15-16, 2014, here in Washington, DC. Whether you participated in person or via our live webcast, your support helps to fulfill MMTC’s […]

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No Broadband Left Behind: Empowering Communities of Color to Excel through Digital Education and STEM

January 31, 2014

Tweet The Minority Media and Telecommunications Council’s 5th Annual Broadband and Social Justice Policy Summit recently convened leaders from the private and public sectors to provide best practices and future trends for bringing Digital Learning and STEM education initiatives into the classroom. Jim Shelton, acting U.S. Department of Education Deputy Secretary, opened the session with […]

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Former Congressmen Towns and Stearns Urge Lawmakers and Industry to Create First Class Digital Citizenship During Congressional Luncheon at MMTC’s BBSJ Summit

January 31, 2014

Tweet America continues to be plagued by a widening partisan gridlock emanating in and out the chambers of the United States Congress.  Despite the seeming unlikelihood of Congress’ situation improving anytime soon, two former Congressmen believe that things can and will change in their old stomping grounds. During the Congressional Luncheon at MMTC’s Fifth Annual […]

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Craig Silliman: Broadband Plays Integral Role in Healthcare, Energy, and Education

January 31, 2014

Tweet In communications policy debates in Washington, it is all too easy to get caught up in business and technical jargon, only to lose sight of the individuals—the consumers—who are impacted. Verizon Senior Vice President for Public Policy, Craig Silliman, spoke to this during a panel entitled “Broadband: The Backbone of the New Economy” at […]

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