IIA Event: The Role for Regulators in an Expanding Broadband Economy

The Role for Regulators in an Expanding Broadband Economy Commissioner Michael O’Rielly’s full remarks are available here. Thursday, June 25th 10:30 a.m. U.S. Senate Visitor Center, Room 215 Innovation, convergence and rapid technological advances are rapidly reshaping the Internet ecosystem and how Washington’s legislators and regulators approach national broadband policymaking. ...

Killer Apps in the Gigabit Age

Download a PDF of the Pew Research Center Report “Killer Apps in the Gigabit Age”      Killer Apps in the Gigabit Age: New Research & Panel Discussion Thursday, October 9th 10:00 a.m. Pew Research Center 1615 L Street NW, Suite 700 Washington DC, 20036 How will massive advances in high-speed...

Title II Regulations and its Potential Impact

IIA Invites you to attend a Telecommunications Forum Title II Regulation and its Potential Impact on Deployment of 21st Century Broadband Networks and Services Thursday, July 24th 10:00 – 11:30 a.m. Mandarin Oriental Hotel – The Gallery Featuring Keynote Speaker Ajit Pai Commissioner, Federal Communications Commission Commissioner Pai will be...

Looking Back and Looking Forward: America’s Communications Policy

LOOKING BACK AND LOOKING FORWARD: America’s Communications Policy Answering the Committee’s Call Monday, April 7th 9:30 a.m. Rayburn 2322 The last significant revision of the Communications Act occurred in 1996. Since then, innovation and competitive markets have dramatically altered the way consumers receive communications services. While the world of phones,...

The Internet Past & Future

Where Are We Going Where Have We Been? Thursday, March 28th 9:30am 2013 | Event Archive Page Over the past two decades, the world has seen a revolution in telecommunications that has changed the planet. Few transformations have been more profound and rapid. Yet while our phones, computers, servers and...

WEBINAR: Back-to-School with Broadband

On Friday, August 10, IIA hosted a webinar along with education organization iNACOL on the effect broadband has on education. Participating were iNACOL’s Director of Policy, David Teeter, and Kwame Simmons, principal of Kramer Middle School in Washington, D.C. For some background on Kwame Simmons’ plan for Kramer Middle School,...

Telepsychiatry Webinar

WEBINAR: “Telepsychiatry: Broadband’s Impact on Psychiatric Care for Children, Veterans and the Underserved” What: Webinar hosted by the Internet Innovation Alliance (IIA) and Colorado Access presenting the results of a two-year pilot program on pediatric telepsychiatry by the University of Texas Medical Branch When: Tuesday, June 12th at 11am ET/8am...