The James H. and Mary B. Quello Center is focused on research that stimulates and informs public debate on media, communication and information policy. Our research often challenges assumptions about the role of technology, policy and regulation for citizens, communities, and society in pursuit of optimizing the full benefits of advanced communications in the digital age.

Quello Center folks

Laleah Fernandez, Keith Hampton, Natascha Just, Johannes M. Bauer (Director), Valeta Wensloff, Rachel Garen

Quello Center researchers collaborate across Michigan State University, with other centers of excellence, and with stakeholders to advance the political, social and economic potential of the Internet and related technologies and services. Current research addresses next-generation networks (5G, Internet of Things), network neutrality, digital inclusion, the opportunities of next-generation media, and data ethics.

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Toward a Twenty-First Century U.S. Communications Policy

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Thursday, September 20th, 2018

Digital transformation and the digital economy are high on the agenda of policy-makers worldwide. Seeking to secure global leadership in future growth industries, such as 5G wir...
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FCC Awards Experimental Broadcast License for ATSC 3.0

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Thursday, June 28th, 2018

A new experimental broadcast license for WKAR-TV opens the door for broadcast innovation and research at the MSU College of Communication Arts & Sciences. Michael O'Rielly, ...
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The Natural Stupidity of Artificial Intelligence by A. Michael Noll

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Monday, June 18th, 2018

The Natural Stupidity of Artificial Intelligence A. Michael Noll June 17, 2018 © Copyright 2018 AMN Clearly, the future is coming, but at times we s...
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