Home » Archive by category "Digital Divide"

Hispanic Millennials: The First Mobile-First Generation

As seen in MediaPost Publications  By: Jack Loechner According to a report from Univision and the Interactive Advertising Bureau, there are 17 million Hispanic millennials in the United States today that are between the ages of 18-30 years old, and 76% of U.S. Hispanic adults, with...

Read More »

Modern Networks Benefit All Americans

By: Rosa Mendoza Upgrading our circuit-switched telephone system to an Internet-based network is inevitable, especially now that most Americans are abandoning their antiquated landlines and adopting newer, more versatile broadband technologies to communicate. Our current, voice-centric Plain Old Telephone System (POTS) no longer meets consumer...

Read More »

Clear Timeline for Spectrum Auctions: An Idea Worth Exploring

By: Jason Llorenz, HTTP Executive Director At a public meeting of the Federal Communications Commission, FCC Commissioner Jessica Rosenworcel called for a “clear timeline” for pending spectrum auctions. The Commissioner’s statement is very timely, indeed. America is running low on available spectrum for consumers, a...

Read More »

The Latino Civil Rights Agenda Includes Expanding the 1%

— by Jason Llorenz, for The Huffington Post This summer, The National Association of Latino Elected and Appointed Officials (NALEO) and the League of United Latin American Citizens (LULAC) gathered their respective constituencies in Orlando to educate, inspire and focus the community on the issues...

Read More »

Net Neutrality On Demand?

By: Jason Llorenz, HTTP Executive Director The New York Times’ Eduardo Porter recently called for a more aggressive interpretation of the Federal Communications Commission’s “net neutrality” rules.The particular issue Mr. Porter addresses is Comcast’s development of a new way to access “on-demand” cable programming through...

Read More »