The Challenge of Putting Federal Broadband Funds to Good Use (with Mark Jamison)

Following the passage of the Infrastructure Investment and Jobs Act (IIJA), a Department of Commerce branch known as the National Telecommunications and Information Administration (NTIA) has been tasked with allocating $42.5 billion of federal broadband infrastructure funding to state and local governments through the Broadband Equity, Access, and Deployment (BEAD) program. This $42.5 billion is [...]

Free speech, hate speech and the role of government

Host Shirley Rooker speaks with Mark Jamison of the American Enterprise Institute, who discusses the reasons government regulation of what we see on social media is a threat to democracy. This podcast (Of Consuming Interest) can be listened to on wherever you listen to podcasts, as well as the link below.

Exploring the Metaverse

Last year, Facebook rebranded itself as Meta, signaling its shift from traditional social media to a big bet on the so-called metaverse. This network of 3D, online spaces is accessed through virtual reality headsets like Meta’s Oculus and promises to revolutionize internet communications. But is there substance behind the hype, or is the metaverse just [...]

Ethics in the Age of a Technological Revolution

In this episode, Dr. Mark Jamison and Palveshey Tariq discuss ethics in the age of a technological revolution. This podcast episode (Ep. 14 — Palveshow) can be listened to on YouTube, as well as the link below.

Mark Jamison on antitrust laws and Big Tech

Mark Jamison is a nonresident senior fellow at the American Enterprise Institute, where he works on how technology affects the economy, and on telecommunications and Federal Communications Commission issues. Banter is AEI’s weekly podcast series, where hosts Robert Doar and Phoebe Keller interview leading thinkers and political commentators on a wide range of policy topics. [...]