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Big Games in North America: What You Need to Know About FIFA 2026 & LA 2028

Ken Rehbehn  (Principal Analyst, CritComm Insights)

John Dundas  (Radio and Spectrum Planning Manager, DundasTech Limited)

Billy Bob Brown  (Executive Assistant Director, CISA)

David Michael  (Chief Information Officer, LA28 Olympic and Paralympic Games)

Location: N251

Date: Tuesday, March 28

Time: 4:00 pm - 5:30 pm

Pass Type: All Access, Standard, Quick Pass Monday, Quick Pass Tuesday, Quick Pass Wednesday, Quick Pass Thursday, Expo Only

Format: Networking

Vault Recording: TBD

Large-scale mega-sporting events bring a unique set of challenges and risks, but the safety of attendees and participants hinges on planning, procurement, and operations. With FIFA World Cup 2026 and LA 2028 looming, what should North American radio dealers, mobile service providers, the FCC, Industry Canada, and public safety officials know about spectrum planning and radio operations? At this IWCE session, Ken Rehbehn will interview David Michael, CIO at LA 2028 Olympic & Paralympic Games, IOC/FIFA communications/spectrum consultant John Dundas, and Billy Bob Brown, Jr., Executive Assistant Director for Emergency Communications within the Cybersecurity and Infrastructure Security Agency, DHS about the opportunities and challenges accompanying these massive projects.