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Why the Future of Media and Journalism Really Is Bright

Location:
University of Florida Gainesville, FL 32603
United States

When attending two disparate conferences that shunned hype and hyperbole (and despair), and provided a decidedly forward-looking and practical perspective.

FCC's Grimaldi Joins Pandora

Location:
Pandora
360 22nd St
Oakland, CA 94612
United States

Dave Grimaldi, former chief of staff to Federal Communications Commissioner Mignon Clyburn and senior legal advisor to acting FCC Chairwoman Clyburn, has joined Pandora as director of public affairs.

Getting the Incentive Auction Right

Location:
Federal Communications Commission (FCC)
445 12th Street SW
Washington, DC 20554
United States

The Incentive Auction is a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity to expand the benefits of mobile wireless coverage and competition to consumers across the Nation -- particularly sumers in rural areas -- offering more choices of wireless providers, lower prices, and higher quality mobile services.

Consumers Circumvent Physicians When Using Mobile Health Apps

Location:
USA
United States

In the absence of research on the impact of mobile technologies on health outcomes, in particular, doctors are not convinced that consumers can change health behavior or improve disease management though their use of apps.

Can ‘Wi-Fi First’ Work?

Location:
Comcast
1500 Market Street
Philadelphia, PA 19102-2148
United States

Cable’s history with mobile services is full of stops, starts and outright disasters.

Why The World's Largest Provider Of Online Courses Thinks It's The Answer To Getting Ahead In The New Economy

Location:
Coursera Mountain View, CA
United States

Not every 18-year-old knows what they want to do with their life; few fully understand the market demand for different skills and competencies; and none know exactly how industries and the implications for their future careers will evolve.

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