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The customary year-end Telecommunications and Media Forum returned to Washington, DC hot on the trail of the unexpected result of the US election. The forum, hosted by Verizon, dedicated its final sessions to discussing the two huge political shocks of 2016 – Brexit and the Trump victory - while keynote presentations - from the Pew Center, Federal Trade Commission (FTC), Verizon and Bell Labs - fired up the opening day.


The IIC’s TMF in Washington, DC came at the end of a tumultuous year in world politics, adding spice to the views of the assembled experts.

Intermedia Issue:
Vol 45, Issue 01
Issue Date:
April 2017

Vol 45, Issue 01 Features

EDITORIAL 14.04.2017
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