Utilities Technology Council CEO Sheryl Riggs questioned whether broadband access is expanded if costs just float to ratepayers.
The ability of the country to host standard-setting conferences is key to its status as a global giant.
The bill is bipartisan, and a joint effort between the House Energy and Commerce Committee and the Senate Commerce Committee.
The federal agency says Congress must develop a new national strategy on broadband programs.
The commissioner prefers going the route of legislation over Democratic FCC commissioners leading the charge for neutrality protections.
The chairwoman seeks increased authority over autodialers and the ability for the FCC to take robocallers to court.
With 141,000 residents, West Valley City, Utah, is now the second largest city in the country fully connected to fiber.
Disaster protocol experts remarked on lessons learned from fire outbreaks in Boulder County, Colorado.
Agency head Alan Davidson says communities “play a huge role” in build deployment.
Georgia Technology Authority representative says the notices are dense and difficult for applicants to understand.
Senate introduces bill breaking up Google’s digital advertising business
Such state action could potentially the delay the implementation of the broadband policy, says Fiber Broadband Association counsel.
Fund disbursement procedures for three new federal broadband programs are now publicly available.
NTIA notices of funding opportunity released Friday to kick off grant disbursement.
The FCC’s chairwoman spoke on the future of spectrum during a Tuesday CTIA event on 5G’s climate impacts.
Commissioner Christine Wilson attributes poor results of FTC staff satisfaction surveys to the officials’ leadership.
Carr said he’s “very glad to hear” of Musk’s Twitter purchase, but still thinks Section 230 reform is necessary.
Zumwalt’s tenure will begin on June 1.
Broadband leaders note cities prefer to partner than to own networks.
Intel is pushing back its estimate on how long the global semiconductor chip shortage will last.
The conservative firebrand attributes says the banning of her personal Twitter is the result of social media’s left-wing bias.
Antitrust legislation and child privacy were topics of discussion during a Senate Commerce budget hearing Wednesday.
The former president targeted the decision making of those in power at major social media companies.
“We have put our thumb on the scale for fiber,” said Joseph Wender, director the Treasury Department's broadband fund.
T-Mobile was also named the most consistent mobile operator and topped 5G download speeds.
Columbia University researcher shared her perspectives at event hosted by The Atlantic that featured former President Barack Obama.
NTIA Administrator Alan Davidson broke news on infrastructure implementation during his conversation with Broadband Breakfast this week.
Montana’s chief data officer believes 2026 is too early for state mapping to be completed and funding requests submitted.
Critic cites RDOF program as an example of bias toward fiber.
Facebook has found Russian espionage and disinformation campaigns on its platform.
A report from Google found the company’s technology was being harnessed in Russian attempts to hack allies of Ukraine.
At a White House event an agency representative said webinar programs are likely for Indigenous communities.
The commission says RHMD, LLC ‘failed to diligently pursue efforts to obtain’ a waiver for the eligibility deadline.
The project will be Montana’s first open-access fiber-to-the-home network.
A bill from progressives to ease merger break-ups may face a treacherous path in Congress.
Whether infrastructure money should prioritize those with the lowest speeds has been a chief debate since the bill’s passage.
Advocates say strict compliance requirements may economically harm small providers.
The Senate has passed an omnibus spending bill that furthers broadband funding and will now head to Biden’s desk.
The playbook was discussed in a webinar Friday afternoon.
The Ukrainian Defense Ministry claims to have enlisted a private cyber group to disrupt flow of arms from Russia.