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One Day After Policy Event, Next Century Cities Launches Broadband Ready Toolkit

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January 16, 2019 – One day after an event aimed at encouraging bipartisan solutions on technology policy, the non-profit group Next Century Cities launched its “Becoming Broadband Ready” toolkit together with Neighborly and the Internet Society.

The 33-page toolkit (PDF) was set to be launched at an event at 1 p.m. ET in Washington (PDF), including remarks from Deb Socia, executive director of Next Century Cities, together with Garrett Brinker, director of business development at Neighborly and Mark Buell, chief of the North American Regional Bureau of the Internet Society.

The livestream is below:

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January 16, 2019 – One day after an event aimed at encouraging bipartisan solutions on technology policy, the non-profit group Next Century Cities launched its “Becoming Broadband Ready” toolkit together with Neighborly and the Internet Society.

The 33-page toolkit (PDF) was set to be launched at an event at 1 p.m. ET in Washington (PDF), including remarks from Deb Socia, executive director of Next Century Cities, together with Garrett Brinker, director of business development at Neighborly and Mark Buell, chief of the North American Regional Bureau of the Internet Society.

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January 16, 2019 – One day after an event aimed at encouraging bipartisan solutions on technology policy, the non-profit group Next Century Cities launched its “Becoming Broadband Ready” toolkit together with Neighborly and the Internet Society.

The 33-page toolkit (PDF) was set to be launched at an event at 1 p.m. ET in Washington (PDF), including remarks from Deb Socia, executive director of Next Century Cities, together with Garrett Brinker, director of business development at Neighborly and Mark Buell, chief of the North American Regional Bureau of the Internet Society.

The livestream is below:

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January 16, 2019 – One day after an event aimed at encouraging bipartisan solutions on technology policy, the non-profit group Next Century Cities launched its “Becoming Broadband Ready” toolkit together with Neighborly and the Internet Society.

The 33-page toolkit (PDF) was set to be launched at an event at 1 p.m. ET in Washington (PDF), including remarks from Deb Socia, executive director of Next Century Cities, together with Garrett Brinker, director of business development at Neighborly and Mark Buell, chief of the North American Regional Bureau of the Internet Society.

The livestream is below:

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