The NTIA's notice of funding opportunity stops short of explicitly endorsing municipal broadband as the preferred model.
Cox said it will invest $400 million to bring symmetrical gigabit broadband across country over the next three years.
Observers on a Broadband Breakfast panel offered differing perspectives on the high court's decision.
The decision resulted in an unusual court split. Justice Kagan sided with Justice Alito but refused to sign his dissent.
The tutorials are designed to assist filers in the ongoing effort to create updated broadband maps.
Rysavy argued that it would take an "all of the above" approach to meet the coming need for spectrum.
Despite their efforts to improve consumer competition and security, some argue Congress's legislation could have unintended effects.
The lawsuit comes years after Facebook was found to have been used to harvest personal data for political purposes.
National Telecommunications and Information Administration announces news on its 'Internet for All' web portal for three IIJA programs.
Musk has taken a step back from the acquisition, but insists he still intends to purchase Twitter.
Though most groups issued their support, others voiced reservations.
The long awaited notice of funding opportunity laid out the system for how each applicant program will be scored.
Starry CEO assured investors that Starry's technology model allows them to compete with other more established providers.
FCC Chairwoman Jessica Rosenworcel announced the proposal at a meeting of the National Coalition for Technology in Education and Training.
Windhausen argued that without these waivers, anchor institutions will be particularly hard hit by "Buy America" requirements.
A Yale economics professor called on the FTC and DoJ to make it easier for them to pursue harmful mergers.
Biden compared the value of broadband to telephone service, and drew parallels to the historic effort to connect the country.
Proponents of the Supporting American Printed Circuit Boards Act say it would increase domestic production and improve supply chain security.
The commitment is separate from the FCC's Affordable Connectivity Program.
BroadbandNow's latest state research gives users a clearer picture on where each state stands on broadband.
One of the most helpful things a state broadband director can do for themselves is pick up the phone.
Both the GSCA and Yellowstone Fiber are using UTOPIA's techniques to provide open access broadband over fiber.
The funding priorities of IIJA has created the false perception that middle mile is not as important as last mile, experts say.
Delays in supply chain movement means providers should 'know what you need six to nine months out.'
The Universal Service Fund's base is shrinking.
Though the technology could help cut costs in some areas, it should not be considered "an end all be all solution."
There are new proposed rules that offer legal protections to those aiding in enforcement efforts against illegal robocalls.
Letter claims antitrust bills would cost the economy $319 billion.
One of the nation's top broadband conferences is right around the corner.
Digital literacy gap and lack of outreach are part of the digital divide.
Different state privacy laws stifle competition and places burdens on small companies, experts say.
Twitter's board is reportedly re-considering Musk's $43 billion cash offer.
AT&T executives emphasized role of fixed-wireless as crucial to serving rural Americans.
A coalition of telecommunication trade associations were unable to sway the court.
Aiken was previously the president and CEO of the Wireless Internet Service Provers Association.
Fixed wireless providers will be given an opportunity to view data about their served regions ahead of fabric roll-out.
Comedian John Oliver wants the federal government to work on federal privacy legislation.
Gary Bolton and Shirley Bloomfield called on NTIA Administrator Alan Davidson to prioritize applicant investing in "future-proof" fiber.
When it comes to broadband "nutrition" labels, experts say less is more.
Antitrust lawyers are concerned about a chilling effect over-regulation could bring.