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FCC at MIT to speak on civic engagement using national broadband

Thought leaders and public interest advocates working at the nexus of technological innovation and civic engagement will preview the civic engagement recommendations in the Federal Communication Commission's forthcoming National Broadband Plan.

The event, hosted by the MIT Center for Future Civic Media, is a symposium of Federal Communications Commissions guest, including Eugene Huang, Director of Government Performance and Civic Engagement for the FCC's National Broadband Plan; John Wonderlich of the Sunlight Foundation; and Kinsey Wilson of National Public Radio.

For more information, visit the CFCM web site.

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