Monopoly Update On The Superhighway

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Monopoly Update On The Superhighway
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Monopoly Update On The Superhighway / hosted by Jude Thilman| executive producer Bari Scott| produced by Gregg McVicar. SERIES: Communications revolution : 1994| no. 7 Series which examines the social, legal, and ethical implications of changes in telecommunications technologies and applications. CONTENT: With President Clinton calling for competition and leadership from the private sector in developing the National Information Infrastructure. This program examines what will happen to the average person who can't afford to buy into the information superhighway. PANELISTS: Peggy Keegan, Vice President for Public Affairs for the California Cable Television Association| Mike Nelson, Special Assistant for Information Technology for the White House| Anthony Pharr, Attorney for United Church of Christ and co-chair of NAACP's Task Force on Telecommunications. Funded by the Telecommunications Education Trust. BROADCAST: Satellite, 16 Aug. 1994.

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