Streaming Media: The Choice Between "Movies" or Weather Products

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Wednesday, 7 January 2015: 1:30 PM-2:30 PM
222A-C (Phoenix Convention Center - West and North Buildings)
Host: Third Symposium on the Weather and Climate Enterprise
Moderators:  David Lubar, Aerospace Corporation, GOES-R Program Office, Suitland, MD and Carol Anne Clayson, Physical Oceanography, WHOI, Woods Hole, MA
Panelists:  Mark Paese and Mark Mulholland, NOAA/NESDIS, Silver Spring, MDIvan Navarro, NWS, Silver Spring, MDJonathan Porter, AccuWeather, State College, PA

Federal spectrum sharing, both currently underway and proposed, and how it will affect meteorological users. Moving data from space to users may be impacted by other commercial interests. Understand how it may affect you, how you can speak up about proposed plans and what the next steps are in protecting meteorological radio frequency spectrum and the products it supports.

  1:30 PM
Introduction - Carol Anne Clayson
  1:45 PM
Future Spectrum Sharing - Mark Mulholland
  2:00 PM
DAA Perspective - Mark Paese
  2:15 PM
NWS Radiosondes - Ivan Navarro
  2:30 PM
Accuweather Spectrum Concerns - Jonathan Porter