Moving the Ball Forward on Broadband

Everyone who’s going to be in Texas next Wednesday (April 28), in or near Dallas, come to the Communities United for Broadband workshop at the Broadband Properties Summit 2010. Actually, we have a twin bill of expert advice-giving. Members of Communities United for Broadband and our friends can attend these sessions as our guests.

At 2:20, broadband industry legal expert Jim Baller of Baller Herbst Law Group delivers the keynote presentation, “Fiber Faster: Its Up to Us.” Baller, who is assisting Google with its gigibit fiber project, will bring us up to date on the Google project. He will also share his views of where America is today, where we are heading, why we need to get there faster, and how we can do it.

At 3:30, I will conduct a workshop that gives attendees practical steps for moving broadband projects forward. Google has inspired tremendous excitement from communities nationwide. Now it’s time to harness this energy and creativity into action plans. Attend, listen, learn, collaborate and take those critical steps toward making broadband a reality.

Those registered for the Summit should mark us on your calendars. My presentation follows Ballers’ in the same room. If you are not yet registered for the conference, you can attend these two sessions as our guest. Register here, and use this VIP Code: CUBFree.

If you wish to attend the entire day of events on Wednesday, which includes continental breakfast and a buffet lunch, e-mail Meredith — meredith@broadbandproperties.com — or call 281-342-9655.

I’m looking forward to meeting you there.

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