Companies also want to discuss cybersecurity, net neutrality, taxes and privacy.
The agency is scrutinizing the winning bids for the $9.2-billion fund, and asking companies to consider withdrawing.
$3.2-billion program has 4 million households, Ritter to connect 100% in river valley, STL efficient cables.
Wireless push by FCC has led to higher capacity broadband throughout multi-tenant buildings.
The committee approved five bills dealing with protecting networks and educating the public on cyberattacks.
Recent conversations about revamping the program are inspired by the possibility of growth in diversity in broadcasting.
The Communications Workers of America is accusing Lumen of underinvesting in broadband while taking public money.
Satellite service provider Dish, which is open to 12 GHz for mobile, recently signed a network sharing deal with AT&T.
Biden admin accuses China of hacking, FCC's minimum broadband insufficient for small businesses, Jessica Rosenworcel says midband is priority.
Huawei scoffs at FCC rip and replace, rural broadband bill moves in committee, franchise fees appeal, Calif. broadband bill integral.
Will the 12 GHz band be opened for 5G uses or remain exclusively for satellite services?
Experts argue for significant changes in order for broadband mapping efforts to be successful.
FCC Commissioner Nathan Simington said focus on spectrum decision will become increasingly important for digital success.
Executive order would kickoff new antitrust and net neutrality regulations.
Broadband access can bring more gender equity in the workplace, experts say.
Supreme Court Justices call for social media review, aftermath of EU-US trade summit, popular TV program on American tech cancelled.
Come to the July 14 session of Broadband Breakfast for a roundtable discussion on the future of the 12 GigaHertz band.
Acting chairwoman said the need for the Emergency Broadband Benefit will outlive the pandemic.
The FCC is now accepting applications for the historic $7-billion Emergency Connectivity Fund to help get students connected.
Republicans on Big Tech pay into USF, leaders press for long-term digital divide solution, Mayo Clinic's mobile WiFi clinic.
FCC renews equity and diversity commission, Chicago mayor renews free internet program, Render partners with Wessex.
Black churches are more than spiritual gathering places: They are power centers within the Black community.
The FCC approves ban on Chinese telecom companies, NTIA map has 'limited value,' open access conduit key to bridge divide.
Now is the time in Congress for all good (and bad) broadband bills to be introduced.
The NTIA unveils new broadband map, a new cybersecurity bill against equipment buys, U.S. and EU partner on tech council.
FCC sets 3.45 GigaHertz auction date, Pew research on state role in digital divide, and ACA reports broadband progress.
An expert panel convened by US Telecom agreed that public/private telecom partnerships are an effective use of federal broadband funds.
A decade after the advent of LTE, the next-generation 5G will be, and already is, a critical resource for Americans.
FCC's Lisa Hone appointed to NEC, EBB signs up 3.2 million homes, Oregon finishes network, senators request data sharing.
Forcing Big Tech to contribute to the Universal Service Fund is intriguing, but up to Congress, Rosenworcel says.
The report on new technologies and data lays out importance of data security and satellite communications.
Two sets of experts debated the merits of reforming or removing and maintaining Section 230.
The FCC’s May 10 order said schools and libraries could not use connectivity funds to build self-provisioned networks.
Experts say efforts to convince lawmakers of the importance of broadband are finally bearing fruit.
Brendan Carr said big tech companies have benefitted from the internet -- so they should contribute.
Libraries can do for telehealth what they did for broadband: Provide low-income folks with access to digital and healthcare literacy.
The FCC voted to cut the time small providers had to become STIR/SHAKEN compliant by one year.
Ernesto Falcon of the EFF says expansion of fiber is the only way California keeps up with demand for broadband.
Fed funding prioritizing trusted network supplies, Frontier sued for speed claims, Charter wants waiver on areas, Internet Explorer support ending.
Mediacom goes after Google muni deal, majority of Americans want broadband supports, FCC data over-reports broadband availability.