TWC Presents Research Awards

Time Warner Cable awarded four new research stipends as part of its Research Program on Digital Communications. Launched in 2010, the Research Program is designed to tap into the best minds in the academic and public policy communities and stimulate research int...

Time Warner Cable awarded four new research stipends as part of its Research Program on Digital Communications. Launched in 2010, the Research Program is designed to tap into the best minds in the academic and public policy communities and stimulate research into the challenges facing the telecommunications industry. The Research Program awards stipends to generate reports and provide new information, insights, and practical advice to policymakers and policy stakeholders. Each stipend is for $20,000.

The four studies selected in the latest round were:



  • Next Generation Content for Next Generation Networks, by Eli Noam, Columbia University


  • The Effect of Internet Access on Labor Supply Decisions, by Christopher Stanton, University of Utah; Katrina Kosec, Abdul Latif Jameel Poverty Action Lab and International Food Policy Research Institute; and Sara Jo Champion, Stanford University


  • Program Value in the Evolving Television Audience Marketplace, by Philip Napoli, Fordham University


  • Assessing the Impact of Broadband on Informal Education, by Pedro Ferreira, Carnegie Mellon University


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