Broadband Discussion with Susan Crawford

Part I: Broadband Policy with Susan Crawford

Follow along with Susan’s slides:

Part II: Broadband Roundtable with Susan Crawford and the Peer Network

 

Participants

Susan Crawford (Guest Expert)

Author

Captive Audience

Jake Brewer (Moderator)

Head of Communications

US Ignite

Ashley Hand

Chief Innovation Officer

Kansas City, Mo.

John Tolva

Chief Technology Officer

City of Chicago

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Deb Acosta

Chief Innovation Officer

City of San Leandro, Calif.

Sheila Dugan

2013 Fellow

Code for America

 

About

Broadband access is an important issue at the core of civic technology and innovation, and cities like San Leandro, Calif.; Chattanooga, Ten.; and Kansas City, Kan. + Mo. are already undertaking intiatives to roll out broadband internet access citywide. What does the future of broadband access and local government look like? Watch this conversation about broadband access, policy, and the role of municipal government with guest expert Susan Crawford (broadband policy expert, co-director of the Berkman Center at Harvard University, and author of the recent book Captive Audience).

Part 1: Presentation by Susan Crawford at the Code for America HQ

Part 2: G+ Hangout with Susan Crawford and CfA Peer Network Cities moderated by Jake Brewer from the US Ignite Partnership.

This event originally streamed on May 13 2013.

This event is hosted by the Code for America Peer Network, CfA’s community of innovators working in local government from over thirty cities and counties. Learn more about the Peer Network and how you can get involved here.