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Shows featuring Timothy Karr

  • Debate: As FCC Votes on Internet’s Future, What’s the Best Way to Protect Net Neutrality? Netneutralitydebate
    The Federal Communications Commission is voting today on new rules that may effectively abandon net neutrality, the concept of a free and open Internet. The FCC proposal would let Internet providers charge media companies extra fees to receive preferential treatment, such as faster speeds for their products and content. Under...
    May 15, 2014 | Story
  • FCC Chair Proposes Net Neutrality Rules to Protect a Free and Open Internet Fcc-web2
    The Federal Communications Commission has announced a new set of proposals to prevent internet service providers from curbing or blocking online services. On Monday, FCC Chair Julius Genachowski unveiled a plan that would make permanent existing safeguards that ensure open access to websites and other online content. The new rules would also extend to barring companies from limiting certain...
    September 22, 2009 | Story
  • FCC to Vote on Opening Up "White Spaces" on TV Spectrum to Expand Broadband Access Karrweb
    There’s another important vote today, but it’s not the US election. The Federal Communications Commission is scheduled to decide on a measure that could expand wireless broadband internet access to more of the country. The FCC will vote on whether to allow the unlicensed use of so-called “white space” television spectrum for wireless internet services. We speak with Timothy Karr of...
    November 04, 2008 | Story