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WASHINGTON, March 16, 2020 - After launching the first event of its hour-long Broadband Breakfast Live Online this past Friday, Broadband Breakfast announced that it will livestream, every Monday through Friday, a new event in the series on "Broadband and the Coronavirus" during the month of March.
"There's too much at stake, and too much uncertainty, not to gather together - online - to talk about broadband solutions to the critical challenges of the coronavirus and COVID-19," said Drew Clark, Editor and Publisher of Broadband Breakfast.
"For the broadband world, there is no bigger challenge - and no more important opportunity - than understanding how high-speed internet services will help our nation adapt to telework, online education, and confronting the digital divide," said Clark.
Below is a list of tentative topics for upcoming episodes of Broadband Breakfast Live Online. This list is subject to change, and will be updated as topics and guests are finalized:
- Friday, March 20, 2020, 12 Noon ET - "Measuring and Understanding Bandwidth Usage During the Coronavirus" - How is the internet holding up to different traffic patterns in the daytime?
- Tyler Cooper, Editor-in-Chief, BroadbandNow
- Dane Jasper, CEO, Sonic
- Roger Timmerman, CEO, UTOPIA Fiber
- WATCH HERE, or on YouTube. Also available on Twitter and Facebook. Or SUBSCRIBE to the Broadband Breakfast YouTube Channel
- Monday, March 23, 2020, 12 Noon ET - "Free and Low Cost Internet Plans During the Coronavirus Crisis" - What are ISPs doing to ensure connectivity for all?
Additional topics in coming days will include:
- "Checking in on Online Education"
- "Broadband Networks and the Health Care System"
- "How are Federal and State Governments Communicating?"
If you have an insight or experience to contribute, or are interested as serving as a guest on Broadband Breakfast Live Online, please contact Drew Clark at email@example.com.
SUBSCRIBE to the Broadband Breakfast YouTube channel. That way, you will be notified when events go live.