Thursday, September 25, 2008

Concerned Telcos, Songwriters rally in Nashville

Any uneasiness we had about having been a too skeptical of Arts+Labs' claims here this morning that it won't be lobbying were largely dispelled by subsequent reports from trade media today. Not that lobbying is a bad thing, but upfrontness when talking about public access to Internet-Broadband seems more important. The AT&T-weighted coalition's Nashville briefing for news media was at The Hermitage Hotel this morning, and included former Clinton, Bush and McCain spokespersons. That's former Clinton White House comms director Mike McCurry at left. Here's our story this morning. And, here are stories subsequently posted by Washington Post, Wired, DSL Reports and InternetNews.

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