Cambridge Broadband Matters Production Gallery

Feb 8, 2017 Host Pat McCormick interviews Christopher Mitchell, Director of the Community Broadband Networks Initiative at the Institute for Local Self-Reliance in Minneapolis and Policy Director for Next Century Cities, on the future of community broadband around the country. more
Jul 9, 2016 Host Anne Schweiger interviews Saul Tannenbaum, concerned resident, activist, blogger, and member of the Cambridge Broadband Task Force, about the need for municipal broadband in Cambridge. more
Jun 23, 2016 Host Anne Schweiger facilitates a discussion about the pros and cons of building a municipal broadband system for Cambridge. The guests include Dave Talbot, a fellow at the Berkman Center for Internet and Society at Harvard University, and two members of the City's Broadband Task Force, Ben Compaine, a teacher in the entrepreneurship and innovation group at Northeastern University. and Ming-Tai... more
Mar 28, 2016 In this episode, host Anne Schweiger interviews Dan Noyes and Theodora Higginson, Co-Directors of Tech Goes Home, a nonprofit that provides laptops and training. Through a grant from Google, Tech Goes Home is expanding into Cambridge. more
Feb 24, 2016 Cambridge Broadband Matters is a CCTV series that explores the relationship among people, public institutions, non-profit organizations, businesses, and broadband in Cambridge, Massachusetts. This series serves as an educational and community engagement companion to broadband planning and action already underway in Cambridge. This episode features Pat McCormick and Robin Chase. Pat is a former... more
Feb 20, 2016 Tthis episode of Cambridge Broadband Matters features Georgia Bullen from Open Technology Institute m-lab and Nigel Jacobs from the Boston Office of New Urban Mechanics. Cambridge Broadband Matters is a series, produced by Anne Schweiger and Cambridge Community Television, which explores the relationship among people, public institutions, non-profit organizations, businesses, and broadband in... more
Aug 4, 2015 In this episode, Jay Leslie, Susan Flannery, Georgiana Chevry, and Ann Schwieger discuss how broadband enters the spheres of their work and the impact broadband has on the community members who engage with their respective organizations. Cambridge Broadband Matters is a series that explores the relationship among people, public institutions, non-profit organizations, businesses, and broadband in... more