Getting Down to Earth With Al Gore

Berg, Andrew
April 2009
Wireless Week;4/1/2009 Supplement, p28
Trade Publication
The article features Al Gore, former vice president of the Cellular Telecommunication & Internet Association (CTIA). He is the co-founder and chairman of an independently owned cable and satellite television network Current Television (TV). He is considered as an icon during his time as a Congressman in which he urged global warming issues. In addition, Gore led former President Bill Clinton administration's effort to protect the environment for economic development.


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