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Wireless an Essential Service for Minorities; Increased Taxation Could Hinder Use

MyWireless.org released the results of its Annual National Consumer Survey on wireless use and sentiment, and, yet again, the results demonstrate that African Americans...

Election 2014: Georgia 1+2+3 = Modern Voting Rights Movement #GA123

Last week I participated in #GA123 -- one of the most cutting edge civic engagement events this election cycle. This “cross-platform” social media conference...

Designated Entity Rules and Secondary Market Transactions Should Be a Top-line...

America's tech and telecom sectors account for one-sixth of the nation's GDP, and in an increasingly digital economy, spectrum is a vital resource for...

Black History Month Is Time to Get Serious about Black Kids’...

By Jamal Simmons Jamal Simmons is co-chair of the Internet Innovation Alliance. His political commentary has been seen on several television networks. For most of American...

Would A Comcast, Time Warner Cable Merger Benefit Minorities?

One day before Valentine’s Day, Comcast Corporation – the largest cable provider in the country and owner of NBCUniversal – announced its plan to merge with Time Warner Cable, the fourth largest paid television service in the nation behind Comcast, Dish Network and DirecTV.

Kirk as CASEnergy Co-Chair Reflects Inclusivity, Opportunities of Nuclear Sector

CASEnergy Coalition tapped former U.S .Trade Ambassador and one-time Mayor of Dallas, Texas Ron Kirk to Co-Chair the effort alongside former EPA Administrator, Christine Todd Whitman. Kirk, who is no stranger to innovative sustainability planning and job creation plans to “highlight the economic value of investing in nuclear energy” while in his new role.

Net Neutrality: Why it Matters to People of Color

The D.C. Circuit issued its ruling in the Verizon v. FCC case, holding that the Federal Communications Commission has broad authority to regulate broadband deployment and invalidating the Commission's non-discrimination and anti-blocking rules from its 2010 Open Internet Order.

Minorities Demonstrate Continued Gains in Wireless Use

For years, studies have revealed that minority consumers are leading the way when it comes to the use of wireless devices.  Whether trends dictate...

People of Color Must Remain Competitive in America’s New Digital Economy

A cornerstone of the civil rights community has long been to ensure that communities of color achieve economic self-reliance. Now that we are living...

Verizon and GWU Shed Light on Barriers to Telehealth and mHealth...

At George Washington University (GWU) last Wednesday, a former U.S. Senator, three medical doctors, and a leader of a wireless technology coalition convened at...