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Feb 28 ISDN Pricing Worshop - Updated agenda

  Here is the updated agenda for the Wed workshop on ISDN pricing in 
  Washington DC.  We will try to have notes of the presentations available 
  on the net later.  jamie
      February 28, 1996 Workshop on ISDN Pricing Controversies
  WHAT:     A workshop on controversies over ISDN pricing. Why is
            residential ISDN priced so high?  What are the public
            policy issues for state regulators of ISDN tariffs?  What
            does it cost a local exchange telephone company to
            provide residential ISDN? What types of services can be
            offered over a residential ISDN platform?  Will ISDN be
            an "open platform" for a new generation of mass market
            information services?  What are the alternatives?
  WHEN:     February 28, 1996, from 9 am to 12 noon
  WHERE:    At the Hotel Washington, in Washington, DC.  The address
            of the Hotel Washington is 515 Pennsylvania Avenue, NW. 
            It is on the corner of 15th and Pennsylvania Avenue.  The
            workshop will be held in the Washington Room.
  SPONSORS: The workshop is sponsored by the Center for Study of
            Responsive's Consumer Project on Technology and the
            Center for Media Education.
            James Love, Director, Consumer Project on Technology
            Mark Cooper, Research Director, Consumer Federation of
            Scott Rafferty,  President,  Aerie Group
                 L'Aaron Johnson, the Annie E. Casey Foundation
            Mark Lilback, Internet Interstate
            Mike Maibach, Intel (invited)
  Price:    Admission is free.
  RSVP is not required.
  For more information:
  love@tap.org or tpaglia@tap.org
  P.O. Box 19367, Washington, DC 20036 
  voice: 202/387-8030, fax: 202/234-5176
  James Love, love@tap.org
  P.O. Box 19367, Washington, DC 20036; v. 202/387-8030; f. 202/234-5176
  Consumer Project on Technology; http://www.essential.org/cpt/cpt.html
  Taxpayer Assets Project; http://www.essential.org/tap/tap.html