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Broadband Data, Expert Opinion December 14th, 2009

WASHINGTON, December 14, 2009 – Broadband Census Data announced the availability of highly granular Census block mapping services to state recipients of broadband mapping grants. provides the information necessary for states to meet grant obligations under the American Recovery and Reinvestment Act.

Report Using Census Block Data Finds Broadband Adoption Rate of 72.9 Percent

Broadband Data, Expert Opinion December 7th, 2009

WASHINGTON, December 7, 2009 – A new report using an innovative approach to broadband data finds that the percentage of households in the United States that have adopted high-speed internet services is 72.9 percent.

The report was generated by comparing the Census blocks in which broadband is available with the number of subscribers that carriers report to the Federal Communications Commission. Releases Beta Version of Public Broadband Map in South Carolina; Announces Broadband Census Data LLC

Press Releases September 2nd, 2009

WASHINGTON, September 2, 2009 – announced that it has released a beta version of a public broadband map of Richland County, South Carolina, which is available at The map presents a Census block-by-Census block display of the availability, technologies and carriers offering broadband service within the area of Columbia, S.C. This beta map continues to be under active development by, and feedback is encouraged., One Web Day, and the Quest for Broadband Transparency

Broadband's Impact, Expert Opinion August 25th, 2009

WASHINGTON, August 25, 2009 – One year ago, joined in support of One Web Day. Both for and for broadband policy and internet technology, a lot has changed in the past year. We launched in January 2008 with the simple and straightforward goal of making basic broadband information – information about Broadband Speeds, Prices, Availability, Reliability and Competition – public and freely available to users of broadband services. Many wondered why this was necessary. In the lead-up to our “Broadband Census for America Conference,” in September 2008, we were still highlighting the importance of broadband and of solid broadband data in the economy and in society.

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