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Hispanic Heritage Month: Celebrating Latino Digital Opportunity

BY: JASON  LLORENZ, ESQ. In celebrating Hispanic Heritage Month, we are reminded of the progress made, and the struggles ahead for America’s fastest-growing community. This month, we celebrate the accomplishments of Latinos in politics, business, and every American sphere. Latinos have progressed, and continue to...

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In This Digital Economy, Latinos Have the Most to Lose

May 20, 2011 (blog originally appeared as Guest Voz in Latinalista.net ) By Jason A. Llorenz, Esq. Today’s economy has become so intertwined with the internet and computers that it stands to reason that anyone lacking comfort in navigating cyberspace or otherwise does not have...

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Feds Must Ensure Broadband for All

By Jason Llorenz, HTTP Executive Director May 4, 2011 (op-ed originally appears in The Long Island Business News) The recent announcement from the US Census indicates that America is more diverse than ever, with record numbers of minorities in communities across our country.  The fastest...

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FCC Chairman’s Case to Broadcasters on Spectrum Realignment

by Jason Llorenz, Esq. and Enrique Cortez Last week, Federal Communications Commission (FCC) Chairman Julius Genachowski provided the keynote to the National Association of Broadcasters (NAB) annual convention in Las Vegas.  His message was clear: the growing demand for mobile broadband is not going away...

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Hispanic Digital Opportunity: The NBC-Comcast Venture

Access to 21st Century technologies will continue to impact Hispanics’ opportunities for economic and social advancement. To that end, Latino organizations have worked with Congress and key federal agencies to advance forward-looking policy decisions that more quickly put those technologies in the hands of those...

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HTTP Announces Appointment of Jason Llorenz as Executive Director

The Hispanic Technology and Telecommunications Partnership (HTTP), is pleased to announce the appointment of Jason Llorenz, Esq. as Executive Director. Prior to assuming this role with HTTP, Mr. Llorenz served as Senior Policy Advisor to the National Hispanic Caucus of State Legislators, where he directed...

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