WASHINGTON, DC – Today, 5G Action Now launched a new targeted digital ad campaign highlighting how 5G technology is essential to fighting Covid-19 through telemedicine.

The paid digital ads highlight five facts about why 5G technology is crucial to America’s healthcare system. It will run for at least thirty days online and will target telecommunications and healthcare influencers, policymakers, and other interested audiences in the Washington, D.C. area.

“The benefits of 5G technology are endless, but nowhere are the benefits more important and immediate than in our healthcare system,” said 5G Action Now Spokesperson Ian Prior. “We applaud Chairman Pai and the FCC for its $200 million telehealth plan and encourage Congress to keep working to expand 5G and help Americans get the healthcare they need during the Covid-19 pandemic.”

About 5G Action Now

5G Action Now was founded to establish the United States as the worldwide leader in 5G. Our goal is to elevate the conversation regarding American national security and the economic benefits of winning the 5G innovation and deployment battle against China. 5G will spur economic growth in rural America, create an environment for technological expansion, and put the U.S. on strong national security footing for generations to come.

5G Action Now supports the Federal Communications Commission’s (FCC) goal of a 2020 C-band auction. Additionally, we support Members of Congress of both parties working together with the federal government to win the 5G race against China.

About Mike Rogers

Mike Rogers is the former Chairman of the House Permanent Select Committee on Intelligence and now serves as the Chairman of 5G Action Now.

In Congress, Chairman Rogers worked with two presidents, Congressional leadership, foreign leaders, diplomats, and intelligence professionals, and oversaw the Intelligence Community’s $70 billion budget that funded the nation’s 17 intelligence agencies. Before being elected to represent Michigan in the House of Representatives, he was an FBI special agent and member of the U.S. Army.

Today, he hosts the CNN Original Series Declassified, regularly appears on various TV and radio shows, and frequently contributes to major print outlets. He is also a Senior Fellow at Harvard University’s Belfer Center where he is leading a program on 5G, national security, and intelligence policy.