Conference on Communications Policy
The Aspen Institute Conference on Communications Policy brings together 25-30 key decision makers from the telecommunications and information industries, user and consumer groups, academics, non-profit leaders, and representatives from federal, state, and local government to address issues of telecommunications regulation, competition, and public policy. Expert participants from diverse disciplines and viewpoints exchange valuable insights, and develop innovative recommendations to address the technological, competitive, and social issues that are transforming the rapidly changing communications marketplace.
The 30th annual Conference on Communications Policy took place August 12-15, 2015 in Aspen, CO. Entitled “The Future of Broadband Competition,” the convening examined appropriate competitive models for the coming generation of communications regulation in light of recent telecommunications advancements. Written by rapporteur John Horrigan, a report of the proceedings will be available in late 2015.