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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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2013

Senator Gordon Smith, president and CEO of the National Association of Broadcasters, addresses a Communications Forum luncheon in Washington on Nov. 21.November 21, 2013, Luncheon Speaker


Senator Gordon Smith, president and CEO of the National Association of Broadcasters, addresses a Communications Forum luncheon in Washington on Nov. 21.

Read Senator Gordon Smith's Speech Here.

 

Read Craig Silliman's Speech Here


James W. Cicconi, senior executive vice president of external and legislative affairs for AT&T Inc., outlines why the FCC needs to reinvent itself for the new telecom era at a Communications Forum luncheon in Washington on Sept. 10. September 10, 2013, Luncheon Speaker


James W. Cicconi, senior executive vice president of external and legislative affairs for AT&T Inc., outlines why the FCC needs to reinvent itself for the new telecom era at a Communications Forum luncheon in Washington on Sept. 10.

Read James W. Cicconi's Speech Here.

Read Craig Silliman's Speech Here


Federal Trade Commissioner Maureen Ohlhausen (right) discusses issues facing the FTC with Media Institute Board Chairman Dick WileyJuly 18, 2013, Luncheon Speaker


Federal Trade Commissioner Maureen Ohlhausen (right) discusses issues facing the FTC with Media Institute Board Chairman Dick Wiley at a Communications Forum luncheon in Washington on July 18.

 

 

Read Craig Silliman's Speech Here


Mr. Gary Epstein of the FCCMay 16, 2013, Luncheon Speaker


Craig Silliman, senior VP for public policy & government affairs for Verizon Communications, stresses the need for a communications policy framework that focuses on consumers and encourages innovation and investment at a Communications Forum luncheon program in Washington on May 16.

Read Craig Silliman's Speech Here.


Mr. Gary Epstein of the FCCApril 22, 2013, Luncheon Speaker


Gary Shapiro, president and CEO of the Consumer Electronics Association, discusses the importance of innovation at a Communications Forum luncheon program in Washington on April 22.

Read Gary Shapiro's Speech Here.


Mr. Gary Epstein of the FCCMarch 18, 2013, Luncheon Speaker


Rick Kaplan, executive vice president of strategic planning for the National Association of Broadcasters, discusses spectrum auctions at a Communications Forum luncheon program in Washington on March 18.

Read Rick Kaplan's Speech Here.

 


Mr. Gary Epstein of the FCCFebruary 7, 2013, Luncheon Speaker


Commissioner Ajit Pai of the Federal Communications Commission kicks off the Spring 2013 season of the Communications Forum Luncheon Series in Washington on Feb. 7.

Read Ajit Pai Speech Here.