August 2006
Multichannel News;8/28/2006, Vol. 27 Issue 34, p16
The article presents public opinion on the cable and telecommunications sector a year after Hurricane Katrina's devastation in New Orleans, Louisiana. Scott Leith cites the controversy surrounding the city's wireless service. Michael Sciannamea of The Wireless Report Web site criticizes the lobbying efforts by local cable networks to enforce a law whereby public networks can only operate at 192 kilobits per second. Matthew Penix of the "New Orleans CityBusiness" periodical comments on the mobile phone service after the disaster.


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