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Financing of Public Private Partnerships Focus of Pre-Conference Workshop on Monday at Broadband Summit

Broadband's Impact April 10th, 2015

AUSTIN, April 10, 2015 – One of the most promising aspects of the revived interest in community broadband networks is the great availability of opportunities for public-private partnerships to build or enhance next-generation internet infrastructure.

This year, at the Broadband Communities Summit next week here in Austin, the main conference from April 14-April 16 will be proceeded by a special event, “Financing Fiber Networks,” on Monday, April 13, 2015.

The program runs from 9:45 a.m. to 5 p.m., and includes panels on “Private Financing Mechanisms,” “State and Regional Funding Programs,” “Working Lunch and Armchair Interview between Lev Gonick of OneCommunity and Dave Shaw of Kirton McConkie,” “Municipal Debt Financing and Public-Private Partnerships,” “Thinking Outside the Box,” and “Federal Loans, Grants and USF Support.”

David Shaw, Shareholder at Kirton McConkie David Shaw, Shareholder at Kirton McConkie

Lev Gonick, CEO of OneCommunity in Cleveland Lev Gonick, CEO of OneCommunity in Cleveland

Rural Broadband Forum: Connecting Rural Leaders For Broadband

Broadband's Impact, National Broadband Plan April 28th, 2010

DALLAS, April 28, 2010 – Day Two at the 2010 Broadband Properties Summit here began with a discussion by broadband experts about how to connect rural leaders into the broadband equation.

Moderated by Bill Shuffstall, extension educator at Pennsylvania State University, forum speakers included Mark DeFalco, telecommunications initiative manager for the Appalachian Regional Commission; Greg Laudeman, of the Enterprise Innovation Institute at Georgia Institute of Technology; Richard Lowenberg, founder of the 1st-Mile Institute; and Brent Legg, director of stakeholder relations for Connected Nation.

Coordination Between NTIA and RUS Spurs Talk of Common Broadband Application

Broadband Stimulus, NTIA March 17th, 2009

WASHINGTON, March 17, 2009 – The National Telecommunications and Information Administration and the Rural Utilities Service should keep the application process for broadband stimulus dollars as simple as possible, a group of panelists said on Monday.

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