Senior Fellow at Technology Policy Institute
Technology Policy Institute The University of Texas at Austin - The LBJ School of Public Affairs
Baltimore, Maryland Area
John B. Horrigan is a nationally recognized expert on developing strategies and understanding on how to increase broadband adoption and use. With over a dozen years of experience in research into consumer use of broadband, Horrigan has extensive knowledge on drivers of the uptake of information and communications technologies (ICTs), including adoption of high-speed Internet at home and mobile devices. Horrigan also brings in-depth understanding of barriers to adopting ICTs for all segments of the market, especially difficult-to-reach segments such low-income families and older Americans. His research on consumers and broadband helped formulate America’s National Broadband Plan and the U.S. Commerce Department’s “Broadband Adoption Toolkit.” Horrigan’s extensive research background can help clients assess programs designed to increase ICT adoption and provide strategic advice on companies, communities, foundations, and policymakers on how to expand broadband adoption. Horrigan has provided such research and advice to Comcast Corporation, the Knight Foundation, and others.more » « less
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