Summit moderators will set the stage for timely discussions on content moderation, privacy and competition.
Discuss the state of the broadband workforce, what is being done to develop it and what challenges still lie ahead.
What are states focusing on in order to maximize the amount and impact of their federal broadband funding?
Digital Equity provisions are central to state broadband offices’ plans to implement the bipartisan infrastructure law.
Panelists argued that ethical concerns about digital privacy and AI are not unfounded, but rather unfairly targeted at certain countries.
The summit, live in Washington, will address Biden’s recent challenges to Big Tech: Section 230, privacy and competition.
Time is running out to have cities' voices heard at state broadband roundtables.
Experts have warned that the BABA mandate raises the cost of broadband deployment.
Will Congress have anything new to say about infrastructure investment, wireless communication or net neutrality?
How will the power struggle over information technology and policy play out in the coming year?
Experts will review the controversies surrounding the FCC’s map and discuss the various challenge processes.
The cost of remote fiber deployment can be a deterrent, necessitating creative community solutions.
The report did not find a significant discrepancy for plans advertising speeds of 125 Mbps or slower.
The combination of federal benefits is currently prohibited in the state of California.
The Satellite and Telecommunications Streamlining Act would ease FCC permitting for the rapidly growing satellite industry.
The December meeting includes digital discrimination prevention, phone service accessibility, and satellite application processes.
The BEAD timeline looms large for many who worry that two months is insufficient time to correct the map.
Introducing the Broadband Breakfast Club during the 12 days of broadband.
CoBank also mentions that Space X and T-Mobile will begin testing a satellite service by the end of 2023.
Join the Broadband Breakfast team and our guests to discuss the biggest stories in broadband in 2022.
Smart technologies hold incredible promise for the future of healthcare. How can we lay the groundwork now?
Multi-dwelling units often pose challenges for expedited broadband deployment, calling for innovative solutions.
How will the 118th Congress respond to concerns about social media and data privacy?
Transparency laws in Calif. and N.Y. are the 'liberal' counterpart to the 'conservative' speech laws in Texas and Florida.
Beginning financial planning early and allow time to tweak statutes that may stand in the way of certain funding options.
Critics said that no one knows how thoroughly the map’s inaccuracies can be corrected before BEAD allocations must be made.
To correct for inevitable errors, the FCC is soliciting challenges to the map’s provider-submitted data.
Local communities understand their own needs, said Arkansas’s Glen Howie.
The FCC said individuals will also be able to challenge its broadband fabric once the draft map is released.
The New York Times reported that Twitter is pausing its pay-for-verification system until after midterm elections.
'There are just an incredible amount of even management positions that would be well-suited to develop through an apprentice program.'
WISPA’s letter notes that many of its member are small providers that serve sparsely populated areas.
'Local communities have a lot of data and knowledge that CostQuest and the FCC don’t have,' Dustin Loup said.
In the midst of what can only be described as a fiber boom, how should you value your fiber business?
How can states sustain and expand the dwindling broadband workforce?
Amid rising discontent about the FCC’s use of the “broadband fabric” to measure broadband availability, what are the alternatives?
'The immediate goal is to create a detailed list of [spectrum] bands for intensive examination.'
Does the 'Broadband Grant Tax Treatment Act' stand a chance?
Biden-Harris administration implements new action plan to expedite infrastructure projects, including a new “dig once” policy.
The CPF allows the state to contribute more money toward builds, the state official said.