Digital Divide Network
The Digital Divide Network (DDN) "was launched in December 1999 as a response to the National Digital Divide Summit hosted by U.S. President Bill Clinton. Originally developed by the Benton Foundation and the National Urban League, DDN was designed as an online clearinghouse of news and resources regarding the digital divide.
"In February 2003, DDN left the Benton Foundation as part of the new Center for Media & Community (CMC), an institute of Education Development Center, Inc. in Newton, Massachusetts. In December that same year, CMC unveiled a new Digital Divide Network website: an interactive online community featuring an array of interactive collaboration tools to help digital divide activists around the world to work together.
"TakingITGlobal took over operations of running DDN in the 2006. TakingITGlobal is proud to be involved with bridging the digital divide by operating DDN. In 2007, DDN became an Official Honoree of the Webby Award's charitable and non-profit organizations award!" 
Accessed April 2008: 
- Adam Clare, Volunteer Lead Editor
- Kirsten Jordan, DDN Project Coordinator
- Damian Profeta, DDN Project Coordinator Assistant and Editor
- Nick Yeo, Fundraiser and Media Communications
- Andy Carvin, Founder and Mailing List Editor
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