The Birth of Community Broadband, with William Ray, of Glasgow, Kentucky, the driving force behind the first publicly owned community broadband network in the US, 2013.
Open Access, featuring a conversation with David Olson — Cable Officer for Portland, Oregon from 1994 to 2012– discussing the history of Net Neutrality and its legal origins in Portland’s efforts to maintain open access to their cable system, 2015.
Gig City — SandyNet, looking at the creation of a community owned fiber-to-the-home gigabyte-speed broadband network in Sandy, Oregon, 2015.
Ammon’s Model: The Virtual End of Cable Monopolies, featuring the City of Ammon’s work in Idaho building the Internet network of the future, 2016. Produced in collaboration with the Institute for Local Self Reliance’s Muninetworks.org.
Future On The Line, is a documentary commissioned by the British Broadcasting Corporation, transmitted on BBC 2. Depicts the critical changes in UK telecommunications policy and community use of data communications, 1990.
The Network: Field Notes is a mashup of clips from early archival research and interviews done for a set of on-going documentaries on communications policy and networked media culture.
Information Garden Manifesto, the secret backyard emergence of the information age, (Covington, Ky 1987)
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