The industry has been working to train students and others to take on jobs in broadband-related fields.
Ziply Fiber is offering a new 50 Gig plan in several states including Montana, Oregon, Idaho and Washington.
ISPs can’t be expected to understand all program rules and processes, event hears.
In keynote luncheon fireside chat, Sen. John Hickenlooper, D-Colo., raised concerns about some BEAD requirements.
Digital Equity projects will be an ongoing effort for many states.
This year, the spotlight is on infrastructure integration, collaboration, and technology innovation.
Because of now-defunct Colorado law, a total of 122 communities had to opt out of state-level broadband restrictions.
The author led the city of Loveland, Colorado, through the assessment and feasibility study of publicly-owned broadband.
“The privacy landscape in the U.S. is likely to become more complicated before it gets any easier.”
Alabama, Colorado, New Mexico, New York, Kansas and Pennsylvania had broadband-related measures on the ballot.
The company says its map is based on millions of M-Lab speed tests conducted over a six-month period.
There is an increasing worry that cities may be left out of the wealth of resources for broadband infrastructure spending.
The authorization comes three weeks after the commission denied funding to Starlink and LTD Broadband.
Regional Fiber Connect conferences are bringing the industry’s technology and community leadership together.
What are the downsides of having too many grant requirements?
What should state leaders be doing to procure a safer, healthier information environment?
In the absence of reliable federal broadband mapping data, communities are taking matters into their own hands.
Agency head Alan Davidson says communities “play a huge role” in build deployment.
A star-studded cast will take the stage next week as part of the dozens of events slated to take place.
National Telecommunications and Information Administration announces news on its 'Internet for All' web portal for three IIJA programs.
Emerging state-level privacy bills have common threads with existing ones in California, Colorado and Virginia.
Both states join California as the only ones with comprehensive privacy laws, but experts say a federal bill should fill the regulatory void.
Senate-passed legislation for broadband investment inspired by Colorado's experience, says senator.
When their connection to the World Wide Web was cut, Tuttle’s local leaders got to work.
At Aspen forum, a red-hot focus on Big Tech, antitrust and consumer welfare.
Colorado Attorney General Phil Weiser urges a version of the Golden Rule: ‘What would someone else say?’
Mountain Connect looks to determine if the industry still has the stomach for in-person interactions as infections rise.
Governments and health providers have an opportunity to carry the momentum of 2020 for telehealth's future.
Geoffrey Starks says speeds are outdated, Starlink users complain of heat-impacted services, Louisiana waiting on $180 million for broadband.
Why deregulation isn't pro-competition, the case for repealing Section 230, and the breakup of AT&T.
March 4, 2021 – The broadband industry is better off getting ahead of network builds instead of waiting for government subsidies, CEO of Biarri Networks Paul...
While the bulk of the Accessible, Affordable Internet for All (AAIA) Act proposes to invest $100 billion to expand broadband access in unserved and underserved parts of the...
October 30, 2020 – Tech platform companies Google, Facebook, and Twitter said they not in favor of redefining the phrase, “otherwise objectionable,” that has become a...
September 11, 2020 – Given the way that robocalls “implicate a wide jurisdiction,” Federal Communications Commission Chairman Ajit Pai stressed the need for collaboration to end...
August 31, 2020 – Kimberly Sanders was recovering from a heroin addiction when the coronavirus struck. She had been homeless before and struggled to commute long...
This week, social media platforms started to make long called-for changes to their content policies, reported The New York Times. Reddit banned the platform’s largest subreddit...
June 18, 2020 — The coronavirus pandemic and the resulting shift to primarily-online learning have placed students’ privacy in jeopardy, said participants in a Thursday webinar...
June 17, 2020 — There are many opportunities for the deployment of broadband technologies, representatives for the states of Tennessee and Colorado said in a webinar...
June 4, 2020 — In a Broadband Breakfast Live Online webinar on Wednesday, digital infrastructure experts considered the role of open access networks in shaking up...
April 24, 2020—A host of guests at the Rural Assembly webinar on Wednesday painted a grim picture of the state of broadband in rural and tribal...