4HomeMedia COO Kayton's Presidential Pick

February 2008
Red Herring;2/4/2008, p2
Trade Publication
An interview with Brad Kayton, chief operating officer (COO) of 4HomeMedia, is presented. He emphasizes that the next U.S. president should urge the Federal Communications Commission (FCC) to revise the definition of high speed broadband. He believes that the future president would harm the U.S. tech industry if it fails to provide public investment in programs and tax incentives that promote the growth of broadband. He offers his predictions on the outcome of the 2008 presidential elections.


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