Brian Moura

Telecommunications Policy Analyst, Reason Foundation

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Assistant City Manager in the City of San Carlos, a member of the Telecommunications Task Force at the League of California Cities

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Public access channels on Cable TV provide access to city council meetings and other official events, and to anyone else who can figure out how to produce a program.  They were a quid…

Can Public Access Television Survive the Telecom Revolution?

Public access channels on Cable TV provide access to city council meetings and other official events, and to anyone else who can figure out how to produce a program.  They were a quid…

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