Net neutrality debate in New York - Podcast

My colleague and fellow ZDNet blogger Donna Bogatin was present and wrote this blog covering this debate and wrote: "The net neutrality issue stirs impassioned debate, and last evening’s Big Apple debate was no exception. Several times during the formal discussions, Jay Sulzberger literally rose from his seat in the audience to demand corrections, retractions, rebuttals".

In an event hosted by the New York Software Industry Association (NYSIA) on Monday 6/26/2006, Bruce Bernstein the President of NYSIA moderated a public debate on Net neutrality between
  • James L. Gattuso, Senior Research Fellow, The Heritage Foundation
  • Tim Karr, Campaign Director, Free Press
  • George Ou, Technical Director, TechRepublic

My colleague and fellow ZDNet blogger Donna Bogatin was present and wrote this blog covering this debate and wrote:

"The net neutrality issue stirs impassioned debate, and last evening’s Big Apple debate was no exception. Several times during the formal discussions, Jay Sulzberger literally rose from his seat in the audience to demand corrections, retractions, rebuttals".

I phoned it in from our San Francisco studio and recorded the event to bring you this podcast.  Note that some of the questions from audience are very quiet because they didn't have microphones.  We tried to raise the audio level of the questions from the audience as much as we could though it may still be hard to hear.  The entire podcast is about 94 minutes long.

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