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Short Take: FCC Vote on universal service be broadcast on Net

The Federal Communications Commission's May 7 meeting on connecting schools, libraries, and rural health care providers to the information superhighway will be broadcast over the Net by the Center for Democracy and Technology. The broadcast will provide audio feed, live still pictures, and a real-time transcript. The initiative is part of the government's universal service program, which tries to ensure quality communications service at "just, reasonable, and affordable rates." Coverage begins at 9:30 am EST.

The Federal Communications Commission's May 7 meeting on connecting schools, libraries, and rural health care providers to the information superhighway will be broadcast over the Net by the Center for Democracy and Technology. The broadcast will provide audio feed, live still pictures, and a real-time transcript. The initiative is part of the government's universal service program, which tries to ensure quality communications service at "just, reasonable, and affordable rates." Coverage begins at 9:30 am EST.