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Re: Feb 28 ISDN Pricing Worshop - Updated agenda
Will there be a manuscript of the proceeding available for those who can't
At 11:25 AM 2/27/96 -0500, James Love wrote:
>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.
>SPEAKERS WILL INCLUDE:
> 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:
>email@example.com or firstname.lastname@example.org
>P.O. Box 19367, Washington, DC 20036
>voice: 202/387-8030, fax: 202/234-5176
>James Love, email@example.com
>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