The FCC gets a standing ovation from independent media artists for its visionary National Broadband Plan. The economic, social, and cultural benefits of this critical 21st century investment in networking all our nation’s communities together via the Internet will vastly outweigh its cost, connecting artists directly with their audience and enabling more high quality media choices at lower cost. Add universal broadband’s proven benefits of economic development, improved health care, greater access to education, energy conservation, homeland security, and government transparency, and it’s clear that implementing the National Broadband Plan will significantly improve the lives of Americans for generations to come.
"The Home Office" is usually Jonathan Rintels, the President and Executive Director of the Center for Creative Voices in Media. For over two decades, he has been a working screenwriter and member of the Writers Guild of America, west.