‘Digital Policy for Physical Distancing’ with Doug Brake (Ep. 228)
Doug Brake (@dbrakeitif) directs the Information Technology and Innovation Foundation’s work on broadband and spectrum policy. He writes extensively and speaks frequently to lawmakers, the news media, and other influential audiences on topics such as next-generation wireless, rural broadband infrastructure, and network neutrality.
‘Shareholder Actions and Social Justice in Tech’ (Ep. 127)
Michael Connor (@NYMichaelConnor) is the Executive Director of Open MIC, which he helped launch following a distinguished career as a media executive, entrepreneur and journalist.
‘COVID-19 and Black America’ with Jessica Fulton (Ep. 126)
Jessica Fulton (@JessicaJFulton) is the Vice President at the Joint Center for Political and Economic Studies.
‘Communications Policy in the COVID-19 Era (Ep. 225)
Geoffrey Starks is a Commissioner of the Federal Communications Commission.
‘Tech Policy in Extraordinary Times’ with Ashkhen Kazaryan (Ep. 224)
Ashkhen Kazaryan is Director of Civil Liberties at TechFreedom.
The Digital Street — Criminal Justice and Tech’ with Jeff Lane (Ep. 223)
Jeff Lane is an Assistant Professor for Communication at Rutgers University.
They Smile in Your Face: How the Internet is Unmasking Hidden Racism
Rob Eschmann has been a Boston University School of Social Work faculty member since 2017.
‘A New 401(k) for Small Businesses’ with Bärí Williams (Ep. 221)
Bärí A. Williams is an attorney and Silicon Valley-based startup advisor.
‘How Real Innovators Use Virtual Reality for Social Good’ w/ Gary Radburn (Ep. 220)
Gary Radburn (@VRGaryatDell) is the Director of VR/AR solutions at Dell.
‘5G is Here: What Does that Mean for You?’ with John Godfrey
5G is Here—but what does that mean for you? Samsung Electronics America’s Senior Vice President for Public Policy John Godfrey joined Joe Miller to discuss his company’s take.