Posts Tagged ‘Los Angeles (CA) broadband’

California Emerging Technology Fund Helps Bridge the State’s Digital Divide

Broadband's Impact, Education, Minority, National Broadband Plan, Universal Service November 19th, 2014

WASHINGTON, November 19, 2014 – Although some believe that the digital divide is not a problem, there are Americans who have not adopted broadband due to the cost or lack of access. Some states have played an active role in getting their citizens online, and one such organization is the California Emerging Technology Fund, which […]

Officials: Snow Will Not Delay Broadband Stimulus Awards, or Round 2 Applications

Broadband Stimulus February 13th, 2010

WASHINGTON, February 13, 2010 – The snowstorm that shut much of Washington down this past week will not change the due date for Round 2 broadband stimulus applications, nor will it delay the naming of Round 1 winners, federal officials said Friday.

Speaking at a “Broadband Stimulus Town Hall Workshop Webcast,” National Telecommunications and Information Administration Senior Advisor Angela Simpson assured the panelists that the Commerce Department does not believe that the March 15 due date for Round 2 stimulus applications is in jeopardy.

Rural Utilities Service Deputy Administrator Jessica Zufolo said that the agency has dedicated $300 million in Round 1 awards, and is on target for its end-of-February deadline for making awards public.

Commerce Sec. Locke Announces $7.5 Million in Broadband Grants to Los Angeles

Broadband Stimulus, Broadband's Impact January 13th, 2010

January 13, 2010 – Commerce Secretary Gary Locke, speaking Wednesday at the South Los Angeles WorkSource Center, announced the funding of a number of recovery projects, including $7.5 million to the city of Los Angeles for broadband. The grant will be used to expand Los Angeles’ computer access network.

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