FCC chmn Julius Genachowski is making the press rounds, identifying broadband and retooling the Commission as his biggest priorities. He pointed to the planned 20 broadband hearings and the launch of Broadband.gov. "The Commission has never before pursued a process like that, open and participatory workshops and I’m excited about that and it has the potential to be a model for how the FCC conducts a lot of business in the future," Genachowski told the WSJ. He told the Washington Post that "edge" Internet and software companies can play a big role in boosting the economy and broadband deployment. "What is interesting to me is to find ways to work with early-stage innovators to build from the edge and work on tomorrow’s ideas," the new chmn said.