Acting FCC Chairwoman Jessica Rosenworcel on Friday released rules for the Emergency Connectivity Fund, answering many questions about the program.
Limited competition is provided by the existing trio of vendors. This worsens the supply chain problem for operators.
Biden has assigned Vice President Kamala Harris with the broadband portfolio.
Experts discuss the short- and long-term need for gigabit speeds.
Keynote speakers at Day 2 of WISPA America tackled broadband speed thresholds, infrastructure and federal programs.
RDOF reverse auction criticized again, Google ups revenues during Covid, California survey on broadband access for K-12 students.
Washington State's head of broadband says mapping to the premises paying dividends in the state.
FCC acting chairwoman Jessica Rosenworcel said she hopes state legislatures change stance on muni builds.
Cox agrees to buy fiber company Segra, Eutelsat is taking 24% in OneWeb, and Maine proposes broadband agency.
WISPA holds first trade show in two years, which touched upon broadband infrastructure, mapping, spectrum and other topics.
Critics are unhappy about President Joe Biden's $2.3-billion plan that includes prioritizing local builds.
FCC talks supply chain security, fiber could see shortage, and digital literacy on the digital divide.
FCBA panelists discuss data privacy and consumer protection challenges for the Biden administration.
Why deregulation isn't pro-competition, the case for repealing Section 230, and the breakup of AT&T.
The Federal Communications Commission on Thursday fined Tele Circuit Network Corporation for switching consumers’ service providers.
Tune in to hear proponents and critics of Section 230 debate whether or not it should be reformed.
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Experts say it's difficult to get an understanding of cost for connecting rural regions without quality maps.
Associations want inclusion in infrastructure plan, BroadbandNow report on state of broadband, and report says U.S. leads EU on broadband.
Senate Commerce Committee considers nominations for Lina Khan, Bill Nelson and Leslie Kiernan.
Sen. Klobuchar, Rep. Cicilline and experts discuss antitrust, big tech and local journalism.
Verizon is expanding 5G in California and Texas, the U.S. and E.U. see differently on facial tech, FAA drone rules.
A survey released earlier this month illustrates opportunities for remote work and care.
FCC launches both the Emergency Broadband Benefit program and a database for robocalls, while West Virginia moves on broadband legislation.
A House bill raising the minimum connectivity threshold will need to convince lawmakers it is necessary, Steve Perry says.
Digital liaisons who speak multiple languages can help guide multilingual communities for the digital future.
Experts advise mentorship and encouragement to get more women in the industry.
“You keep using that word. I do not think it means what you think it means.” – Inigo Montoya, The Princess […]
Andrew Cuomo signs $15 internet bill, Benton calls for better broadband availability and adoption, and T-Mobile has best availability in 45 cities
The Chinese telecom giant is finding greater financial success on home turf, keeping it away from the U.S.
Broadband Breakfast panelists wrestle with the challenge of financing broadband infrastructure projects.
Senators introduce rural broadband legislation, FCC tackles robocalling, advocates ask Facebook to stop developing Instagram for kids.
Michigan Lt. Governor Garlin Gilchrist said telecoms should be right there alongside new road builds and improvements.
Openreach aims to get 20 million fiber-to-the-premise connections by later this decade.
The agency is expected to vote on policies for the new connectivity fund by mid-May, chairwoman says.
AP releases infrastructure report cards, Washington passes bill removing muni networks limits, AEI says fair use case win for programmers.
Launched last week, virt.com hopes to take advantage of the rise in virtual events by crowdsourcing them in one place.
Utah Republican Rep. John Curtis speaks about broadband rollout, education and bills more than a year into the pandemic.