Desktop Conference | On Internet Gambling, AGA Remains a House Divided

6 January 2009

Following a board meeting in December 2008, the American Gaming Association, the United States' most powerful gambling lobby, was unable to come to a unified position on Internet gambling. But Chief Executive Frank J. Fahrenkopf Jr. says that's not stopping some members, most notably Harrah's Entertainment Inc., owner of the popular World Series of Poker franchise, from pressing for Internet gambling during the 111th Congress.

Click here to access IGamingNews' desktop conference with Mr. Fahrenkopf.

Editor's note: You'll notice there is static at the outset of the recorded interview, which we were unable to filter. It abates after 35 seconds.