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October 10, 2001

Broadband Forum  AGENDA
(Subject to Change)

Morning Sessions: Is Broadband Service Failing to Meet Demand?

9:00 - 12:00 (with break between two sessions)

Session 1: What is the Demand for Broadband Service?

Session 2: Is Supply Failing to Meet Demand for Broadband?

Participating Organizations: Allied Communications, AOL/TimeWarner, AT&T, Corning, Disney, Focal Communications Corporation, Hughes Network Systems, National Telephone Cooperative Association, Precursor Group, RCN, Qwest, SBC, Susquehannah Media, TA Lewis & Associates, Wireless Communications Association
 

Afternoon Session: Are Policy Solutions Necessary to Spur the Deployment of Broadband?

2:00 - 4:00 p.m.
Participating Organizations: Association for Local Telecommunications Services, BellSouth, Berkshire Connect, Columbia Capital, Comcast, Consumers Union, Communications Workers of America, EarthLink, Intel, National League of Cities, Texas Public Utility Commission, University of Maryland Baltimore County, Verizon, WorldCom

 
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