Posted Monday, January 10, 2011
Access to the information superhighway can drive the country to economic growth and boost capabilities in education, healthcare and global competitiveness. But not if we're stuck in the slow lane. The national broadband plan seeks to press the accelerator. Meanwhile, high-speed lanes are already under construction in Northeast Ohio. Beyond Facebook and YouTube, the case for broadening broadband…Monday at 9 on Sound of Ideas.
Regional Economy/Business - Analysis and Trends
Scot Rourke, CEO and President of OneCommunity
Blair Levin, Fellow, The Aspen Institute; Executive Director, National Broadband Plan
Bethany Dentler, Executive Director, Medina County Economic Development Corporation
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