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Luncheon Speakers

David J. Redl, Assistant Secretary for Communications and Information at the U.S. Department of Commerce and Administrator of the National Telecommunications and Information Administration (NTIA) …

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First Amendment Trends

A collection of timely articles and essays on current developments by members of The Media Institute’s First Amendment Advisory Council.

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The First Amendment: Rock Star of the American Constitution
October 18, 2017 | Foreword by Floyd Abrams

End Discrimination Against Digital Billboards
November 27, 2017 | By David L. Hudson, Jr.

Supporting the First Amendment: More Than Just Talk?
November 15, 2017 | By Robert Corn-Revere

Media & Communications Policy Blog

Informed and thoughtful commentary on a variety of First Amendment and communications policy issues.

Under Chairman Ajit Pai, the Federal Communications Commission has made some remarkable strides in reviewing …

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Federal Judge Richard Leon is not a household name, but he is one of the most powerful men in Washington.  As …

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It’s hard to imagine an issue in today’s media/telecom policy universe that has sparked more controversy or inspired …

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Issue Watch

Republican FCC Commissioner Brendan Carr signaled this week he thought reports of the impending death of the…

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The House has overwhelmingly (351 to 66) passed the massive defense appropriations bill HR 5515, the National Defense …

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Facebook is continuing to try to address the issues around fake news that have put it in the spotlight in Washington, …

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‘Defamation by Implication’ Runs Afoul of First Amendment, Media Institute Argues

Institute joins amicus brief to Idaho Supreme Court in Verity v. USA TODAY

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Media Institute Supports Right of Public Access to Newly Filed Civil Complaints

Institute joins other media groups in amicus brief to Seventh Circuit in Courthouse News Service v. Brown

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NTIA AS David Redl addresses Media Institute luncheon https://t.co/kIXh6GYpVM

I don't usually do original reports over at https://t.co/Xyyr6DCiQG but I did one today. @TheMediaInst

NTIA’s Redl: It’s Premature to Say How the Administration Will Respond to FCC Rulemaking That Implicates ZTE https://t.co/Q3L1ITXSNe https://t.co/L3B1XsOdOA

Thanks to @TheMediaInst for inviting me to address their luncheon today. My remarks: https://t.co/q1m2I4zWHC

“There are still too many people across the country without access” to #broadband, @NTIARedl tells today’s @TheMediaInst lunch, promoting streamlines and enhancements to rules and programs to bring wired and wireless broadband to more Americans. #TheMediaInstitute

October 22-28, 2018

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free speech and expression.

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