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Luncheon Speakers

Below is a list of the representatives from government and the communications industry who have been featured speakers at The Media Institute's Communications Forum luncheons:

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2015

Gigi Sohn, counselor to Federal Communications Commission Chairman Tom Wheeler, outlined some of the FCC's less-publicized achievements during Chairman Wheeler's tenure at a Communications  Forum luncheon in Washington on June 4.June 4, 2015, Luncheon Speaker

Gigi Sohn, counselor to Federal Communications Commission Chairman Tom Wheeler, outlined some of the FCC's less-publicized achievements during Chairman Wheeler's tenure at a Communications Forum luncheon in Washington on June 4.




Walter B. McCormick, Jr.</strong>, president and CEO of USTelecom, discusses his organization's legal challenge to the FCC's Open Internet Order at a Communications Forum luncheon on April 22 in Washington.April 22, 2015, Luncheon Speaker

Walter B. McCormick, Jr., president and CEO of USTelecom, discusses his organization's legal challenge to the FCC's Open Internet Order at a Communications Forum luncheon on April 22 in Washington.

Read Walter B. McCormick's speech here.



Meredith Attwell Baker, president and CEO of CTIA – The Wireless Association, addresses a Communications Forum luncheon in Washington on March 12. She discussed the future of wireless and video on the same day the FCC released its net neutrality rules.March 12, 2015, Luncheon Speaker

Meredith Attwell Baker, president and CEO of CTIA – The Wireless Association, addresses a Communications Forum luncheon in Washington on March 12. She discussed the future of wireless and video on the same day the FCC released its net neutrality rules.

Read Meredith Attwell Baker's speech here.


Leading a Communications Forum luncheon panel on global Internet freedom is former FCC commissioner Robert McDowell (left).  Panelists at the Jan. 21 event in Washington included (left to right) Michael Regan of 21st Century Fox, Jackie Ruff of Verizon, and Prof. Christopher Yoo of the University of Pennsylvania Law School.January 21, 2015, Luncheon Panel

Leading a Communications Forum luncheon panel on global Internet freedom is former FCC commissioner Robert McDowell (left).  Panelists at the Jan. 21 event in Washington included (left to right) Michael Regan of 21st Century Fox, Jackie Ruff of Verizon, and Prof. Christopher Yoo of the University of Pennsylvania Law School.