Join us March 9 in Maplewood for a Digital Inclusion Summit with live broadcast of FCC National Broadband Plan

America's Digital Inclusion Summit

Working Together To Expand Opportunity
??Through Universal Broadband Access

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Tuesday, March 9th at the Maplewood Performing Arts Theatre

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??8:00 AM to 11:30 AM

FCC Broadcast of National Broadband Plan

??11:30 AM ??? 1:00 PM

Audience and Panel Community Conversation

??Rick King, Chair, Governor???s Ultra High Speed Broadband Task Force

Catherine Settanni, ??Founder, DigitalAccess.org

Sam Levy, Vice President and CIO, University of St. Thomas

Susan Nemitz, Director, Ramsey County Library

Mike Reszler, Director, Digital Media,??Minnesota??Public??Radio|American??Public??Media

If you are unable to come for the entire event, please register below, and join us from 11:30 AM to 1:00 PM for lunch and a Community Conversation.

Join the Federal Communications Commission and the??John S. and James L. Knight Foundation for an overview of the recommendations in the FCC???s National Broadband Plan meant to ensure that all Americans are included in the broadband era. As the FCC prepares to deliver the Plan to Congress on March 17th, hear perspectives from Chairman Genachowski, members of Congress, Knight Foundation President & CEO Alberto Ibarg??en??and people from across the country that have benefited from broadband. Help create solutions that drive broadband adoption for all Americans.

??Live at the Newseum, 555 Pennsylvania Avenue NW, Washington DC

Videocast at the FCC Commission Room, 445 12th SW, Washington DC

Webcast with a Community Conversation at the Maplewood Performing Arts Theatre, 2100 White Bear Avenue, Maplewood, MN

Please register for the event at: digisummitstpaul.org

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