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The Week Ahead: Net neutrality approaches the floor

And the debate over reallocating the airwaves gets one of its most high-profile events yet on Wednesday. 

The White House is planning a forum on spectrum auctions at the Eisenhower Executive Office Building featuring Federal Communications Commission (FCC) Chairman Julius Genachowski, Austan Goolsbee, Chairman of the Council of Economic Advisers, and Jason FurmanJason FurmanOn The Money: Jobless rate hits 49-year low | Officials face legal obstacles to pursuing tax charges against Trump | Tax story prompts calls to revise estate rules Unemployment hits 49-year low, economy adds 134K jobs in September Trump gets good news on wages MORE, Deputy Director of the National Economic Council.

The FCC digs into the weeds on Wednesday in an all-day event on intercarrier compensation reform. Genachowski opens the day, which will feature top analyst and industry participants. The bipartisan members of the FCC have committed to moving on ICC reform this year. 

Meanwhile, the FCC has its monthly meeting on Thursday, where it is expected to vote on a data roaming proposal. 

Wireless carriers are divided on the issue, with the little and medium guys hoping for the proposal to mandate data roaming agreements. 

Free Press kicks off a major media reform conference in Boston on Friday, with an all star line up. 

It's set to feature Minority Leader Pelosi, FCC Commissioners Michael Copps and Mignon Clyburn, Rep. Edward MarkeyEdward (Ed) John MarkeyElection Countdown: O'Rourke goes on the attack | Takeaways from fiery second Texas Senate debate | Heitkamp apologizes for ad misidentifying abuse victims | Trump Jr. to rally for Manchin challenger | Rick Scott leaves trail to deal with hurricane damage Senate Dems ask Trump to disclose financial ties to Saudi Arabia Dems damp down hopes for climate change agenda MORE (D-Mass.), Rep. Mike Doyle (D-Pa.) and others.