Audiocast: Come join the Conference Call
The Roadblock Ahead: FCC
vs. Comcast What's Next.
May 25, 2010 From 12:00 PM - 1:00 PM EDT
Abstract: As the US looks to redefine its National Broadband Policy the FCC
finds itself be questioned about its authority. Access and Over the Top services are both desired in the future
markets, but the role of the FCC is now in question.
- Does the FCC have jurisdiction to manage the interaction between access and applications?
- How much of the old rules can be applied when the model is no longer based on carrier interaction but theinternetworking that goes beyond the distance the of a single provider?
- What concerns do applications and services like peer to Peer have about the control by access providers?
- Should the rules be the same regardless of wireline and wireless?
To Participate email me. Carl Ford firstname.lastname@example.org
Glenn S. Richards Partner Pillsbury Winthrop Shaw Pittman
Glenn is a partner in Pillsbury Winthrop Shaw Pittman's communications group. He represents VoIP providers, wireline and wireless communications carriers, satellite companies, equipment manufacturers and large users of telecommunications services in transactional and litigation matters, and in regulatory matters before the FCC, state public utility commissions and international regulatory agencies.
Glenn has been active with the Voice on the Net Coalition since its inception, serving as primary outside counsel from 1997-2006 and Executive Director since September 2009.
He has also served as a member of US delegations for International Telecommunication Union radio conferences, including the 1995 and 1997 World Radiocommunication Conferences, and CITEL conferences in 1992 and 1995. He has also served on the North American Numbering Council.
Hank Hultquist - Vice President, Federal Regulatory, AT&T
Hank joined AT&T (then SBC) in 2004. He represents AT&T at the Federal Communications Commission (FCC) on a number of issues including broadband and Internet policy, video and media policy, intercarrier compensation, and universal service.