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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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2010

FCC Media Bureau Chief Wiliam LakeDecember 8, 2010, Luncheon Speaker

 

FCC Media Bureau Chief Wiliam Lake at the Dec. 8th Communications Forum Luncheon.

 

 


Kurt Wimmer (left) of Covington & Burling moderated a panel discussion on YouTube and copyright that featured (from left) Prof. Jane Ginsburg, Columbia Law School; Cliff Sloan, Skadden Arps; and David Sohn, Center for Democracy and TechnologyNovember 17, 2010, Luncheon Panel

 

Kurt Wimmer (left) of Covington & Burling moderated a panel discussion on YouTube and copyright that featured (from left) Prof. Jane Ginsburg, Columbia Law School; Cliff Sloan, Skadden Arps; and David Sohn, Center for Democracy and Technology

 


FCC Commissioner Mignon ClyburnJune 3, 2010, Luncheon Speaker

 

FCC Commissioner Mignon Clyburn (right) with
luncheon guests

Read: Mignon Clyburn's speech from this luncheon

 

 


David Donovan (left) of MSTV and Christopher Guttman-McCabe (center) of CTIA engaged in a debate on spectrum allocation. Dick Wiley (right) of Wiley Rein moderated the spirited exchange.May 18, 2010, Luncheon Speaker

 

David Donovan (left) of MSTV and Christopher Guttman-McCabe (center) of CTIA engaged in a debate on spectrum allocation. Dick Wiley (right) of Wiley Rein moderated the spirited exchange.

 

 


Edward Lazarus, Chief of StaffApril 8, 2010, Luncheon Speaker


Edward Lazarus, Chief of Staff
Office of FCC Chairman Julius Genachowski

Video: Video of Speech

 

 


Ambassador Philip VerveerMarch 17, 2010, Luncheon Speaker


Ambassador Philip Verveer
US Coordinator for Int'l Communications & Information Policy,
US Dept. of State

Video: Video of Speech




NTIA Administrator Lawrence E. StricklingFebruary 24, 2010, Luncheon Speaker


NTIA Administrator Lawrence E. Strickling,
Asst. Secretary of Commerce for Communications & Information
(shown with NAB President and CEO Gordon Smith, right)

Read: Lawrence Strickling's speech from this luncheon

 

 


FCC Commissioner Meredith Attwell BakerJanuary 21, 2010, Luncheon Speaker

FCC Commissioner Meredith Attwell Baker

Read: Meredith Attwell Baker speech from this luncheon

Video: Video of Speech