Thursday January 21st, 2021, 12:00pm-1:-00pm EST
Furman Professor of Law at Harvard Law School
“The Business Model of Democratic Culture.”
Lawrence Lessig is a noted academic and activist. He has been a thought leader on cyberspace law, intellectual property, spectrum, and electoral reforms. His books in the media field include “Code and other Laws of Cyberspace”; “The Future of Ideas”; “Free Culture”; “Remix: Making Art and Commerce Thrive in the Hybrid Economy.” Lessig has been described by another pathbreaking legal scholar, Richard Posner, as “the most distinguished law professor of his generation.” Lessig was the founder of Creative Commons, which aims to make creative work freely and easily available. He has long been a supporter of open source/open access/net neutrality. In 2016, he was a candidate for President of the United States, running for the Democratic Party’s nomination. This is a join event with the International Media Management Academic Association.
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Thursday, February 4th 12:00-1:00pm EDT
Chris W. Anderson
Professor of Media and Communication at the University of Leeds
Professor Anderson has written extensively on issues facing journalism, especially in the face of the digital age. This is a join event with the International Media Management Academic Association.
To register, visit https://citilunchseminaranderson.eventbrite.com
Thursday, November 19th, 2020
This webinar will present various case studies of how private 5G networks operate. The webinar will feature two panels, one which will focus on exploring the infrastructure changes that 5G will bring about when a firm needs to access lots of computing and storage at the edge of their cloud network or on-premises. It will discuss the role of infrastructure firms in providing key changes in 5G infrastructure. It will also consider how 5G private network infrastructure will improve when 5G standards support more industry-focused Internet of Things. Finally, the panel will consider how 5G private network infrastructure helps to bridge Operational Technology (OT) and Information Technology (IT).
The second panel will focus on specific examples of 5G Private Networks and explores the changes in plant operations once new infrastructure is in place. It will examine the benefits of bringing Real-Time Analytics to Production and advances in optimizing Equipment Efficiency. It will also consider how 5G Private Networks alter how goods are produced and helps firms move to new business models.
Tuesday, December 1st, 2020
The webinar will provide an empirical analysis of the impact of auctions on market dynamics. Speakers will address European experience in 4G – there, low band auctions have allowed larger incumbents to win more spectrum and increase market shares, but the same is not true for higher band auctions for capacity spectrum. The webinar will also discuss how package bidding appears to facilitate increased ex post concentration of spectrum holdings. The impact of concentration in spectrum markets and retail markets on investment will also be discussed. Finally, the webinar will address the extent to which government intervention can be effective to ensure competition