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The Podium

Tuesday, November 15

Mark Your Calendar!

By Brad

Live in D.C. (or the surrounding areas)? Interested in technology and telecommunications issues? If so, you’ll want to check out tomorrow’s National Journal Policy Summit at the Liaison Capitol Hill Hotel. Titled “Technology 2012 and Beyond,” the summit features our own Honorary Chairman Rick Boucher and Co-Chair Bruce Mehlman, along with former IIA Co-Chair Larry Irving. Moderated by the National Journal‘s Bruce Gottlieb, the event also features Subcommittee on Communications and Technology Vice Chair Lee Terry, Ambassador David Gross, and Antoinette Bush of Skadden’s Communications Group.

Registration opens at 7:45 am, with the event itself starting at 8:15 am. It promises to be an insightful look at the effect of the 2012 election on tech and telecommunications policy (not to mention a real wonkfest). For more information and to RSVP, visit the National Journal’s website.

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