Sept 18 – Susan accepts the inaugural Broadband Hero award presented by OneCommunity in Cleveland, Ohio.
Sept 18 – The Sound of Ideas presents “Stuck in Low Gear?” featuring Susan Crawford as a guest. “The United States is falling behind the rest of the world in the choice, availability and cost of high speed Internet access, says law professor and author Susan Crawford. She’s pushing a government-led build-out of broadband infrastructure, [...]
Sept 13 – The Weekly Standard‘s James Bologna discusses Susan’s views as it pertains to “the entrance ramps to the information superhighway”.
Sept 10 – US News and World Report’s Tom Risen discusses opening arguments in the “Verizon lawsuit against net neutrality” and mentions Susan Crawford’s role in the case.
LA Times’ Joe Flint continues the discussion on the CBS vs. Time Warner Cable dispute. CBS and Time Warner are locked in a battle over retransmission consent fees, leaving 3 million cable subscribers angry over a blackout.
Check out Susan’s dialogue with Holistic Survival’s Jason Hartman about the Federal Communications Commission’s responsibility to the American people with respect to free Wifi. “Crawford believes the telecom industry now has a monopoly. American are paying much more for Internet access yet getting much less. Other countries are beating America in this space”.
If you ever want to understand just how powerful the cable distribution giants in America are, just listen to former TCI CEO John Malone. In 2011, he said “cable is basically a monopoly now.” He said he was sorry that he had sold his TCI systems to AT&T. And he also said that the threat [...]
Digital Communications in the United States: Should Broadband Communications be a Public Utility Service?
The Division of Ratepayer Advocates (DRA) will host a thought provoking presentation and dialogue with Susan Crawford, who will speak on the current status of broadbandcommunications in the United States including the state of competition, affordability, availability of high speed internet, and whether cities should be allowed to build their own municipal fiber broadband networks. Questions [...]
Over the next year or so, there will be skirmishes in Congress about video regulations. On the surface, they may sound technical – men wearing ties will bandy about terms like “compulsory license” and “local-into-local” – and it will be very easy to ignore the whole thing. But there are giants moving on the face [...]
The advent of the digital age has put both newspapers and television broadcasters — until not too long ago the arbiters of opinion and taste in America — under pressure. It’s hard for hardcopy newspapers to survive in a craigslist time, and they generally can’t force people to pay for their content online. It’s hard [...]
One of my students asked whether his television set, connected to a cable system but with no set-top box, would be able to receive digital television after February 17, 2009. So I decided to try the experiment of being a consumer with this question. I was happy to see the NCTA has this site with [...]
Things are heating up in the white spaces proceeding. The Commission will soon have to decide what to do. How will it deal with the conflicting technical evidence on interference, particularly given the abject failure of the Microsoft device last month? Is there a way to slice up the issue so as not to cut [...]