Reps Eshoo & Collins Celebrate The 50 Years Of The Internet On House Floor
Today the Co-Chairs of the Congressional Internet Caucus, Representatives Anna G. Eshoo and Doug Collins, introduced a resolution on the House Floor commemorating the 50th anniversary of the Internet. The resolution “recognizes the first message sent from one computer to another using the Advanced Research Projects Agency Network (ARPANET)” and “honors the contributions of researchers, […]
#MusicMoguls Highlight: Should FM Radio Pay Musicians the Same as Internet Streaming Services?
August 7, 2019 – Last week, the Congressional Internet Caucus Academy held a panel to explain the complex world of music licensing and royalties. During the panel, Julia Massimino of SoundExchange and Curtis LeGeyt of the National Association of Broadcasters debated music royalties for terrestrial radio stations. By law, artists and songwriters receive compensation differently depending on the type of platform that […]
The Congressional App Challenge Celebrates Another Successful Launch
On Monday July 8th, the House of Representatives launched the 2019 Congressional App Challenge (CAC) for its 5th consecutive year. As the CAC is district-specific, students compete against other students from their congressional district to be named their district’s Congressional App Challenge winner. After the Challenge’s completion, the winners from each district are welcomed to […]
Rep Anna G. Eshoo Honors Bob Goodlatte For His Congressional Internet Caucus Service
On January 29, 2019 Congresswoman Anna G. Eshoo, on behalf of her other Congressional Internet Caucus co-chairs — Senator John Thune and Senator Patrick Leahy — presented former Congressman Bob Goodlatte a gift as an appreciation for his decades of service as co-chair of the Congressional Internet Caucus. The co-chairs presented Bob Goodlatte, a renowned […]