And Communications for All: A Policy Agenda for the New by Amit Schejter

By Amit Schejter

During this e-book, 16 best communications coverage students current a entire telecommunications coverage time table for the hot federal management. The articles tackle quite a number themes, together with community neutrality, rural connectivity, media possession, minority possession, spectrum coverage, common broadband coverage, and media for kids.

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Even media nonprofits like PBS are worrying about how to pay their bills. Understandably, there is a great deal of talk and worry about the most appropriate “business model” needed to sustain the core components of our modern media. Finding the most appropriate business model is hugely important to media managers, workers, investors, executives, and ultimately to many media consumers. At the same time, there is another set of critical issues equally, if not more, essential to our modern life, and that is the relationship between these new digital media and democracy.

Adults with low access, roughly 36 percent of the population, experience less success when searching for information about health matters and government benefits than do adults with high access. 25 In other words, the mere existence of content does not provide value to users. The many forms of marginalization translate into low levels of connectivity and limited capabilities, which, in turn, erect barriers within communities, that are compounded when they lag behind high access communities in the availability of neighborhood-level information on housing, childcare, health, and transportation.

All this goes to underscore the importance of universal service policy. S. 1), and the debate shifted to Internet access. Halfway through this decade, the broadband policies and penetration rates in other countries drew attention to lagging penetration rates in the United States. Indeed, each turn in this cycle has expanded our understanding of the importance of access to information at every level of society, from the quotidian to the global. However, as the gaps in broadband uptake and the social consequences of not having a home high-speed connection are viewed, the United States faces three challenges going forward.

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