Next week, Seattle will get our chance to weigh in on the future of the Internet, as the FCC returns to Seattle with a pair of events focused on preserving an open Internet.
On Tuesday evening, Apr 27, FCC Commissioner Meredith Baker and staff will be featured guests at a community conversation on open Internet and net neutrality, organized by Reclaim the Media. The event begins at 6:30pm at Asian Counseling and Referral Service, 3639 Martin Luther King Way in Seattle. Details here.
Then, at 9:30am on Weds. Apr. 28, the FCC will hold an official workshop on Preserving the Open Internet, downtown at the Federal Building. Both events are free and open to the public.
The Tues. evening event will offer a better opportunity to speak and interact with FCC staff. The Weds. morning workshop will be more formal, with questions accepted in written form. The Weds. morning event will also be streamed live online.
Get involved in preparations for these events by contacting RTM's digital justice organizer, Sunny Kim, firstname.lastname@example.org, and stay tuned for more detailed announcements about both events!
See you next week, and thanks for your support in the struggle for media justice and digital justice.
Reclaim the Media