NAMIC Mid-Atlantic holds its 1st diversity luncheon panel Fri in DC, with Cox’s Mae Douglas, NCTA’s Kyle McSlarrow, Nat Geo’s Lauren Ong, Discovery’s Pandit Wright and C- SPAN’s Rob Kennedy speaking about diversity challenges and successes. — The Denver Chapter of Cable Positive is once again looking for donations for its silent auction, to be held during its annual musical spoof, "Positively Cable: ‘CSI Broadband,’" Nov 10. Donations need to be received by Oct 3. Contact Paul Braun, 303-649-8013 or visit The Chapter aims to top last year’s $144K donation to the AIDS organization. — Gospel Music Channel’s Katrina benefit, "Gospel Angels: A Concert to Restore Hope," drew thousands Thurs night, filling Atlanta’s Centennial Park, we’re told. — Asian-American rock bands jammed Thurs night at NY’s Knitting Factory to raise Hurricane Katrina relief funds. ImaginAsian TV was a co-sponsor.

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AT&T, Others Take on FCC Over Opening of 6GHz Band

AT&T , utility providers and others took on the FCC Friday at the D.C. Circuit Court of Appeals over the Commission’s unanimous decision in 2020 to open the 6GHz band for unlicensed users.

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