Gov. Northam announced funding that he hopes would bring Virginia's broadband penetration up to 90 percent.
Fraternal Order of Police said they oppose Gigi Sohn's nomination for FCC commissioner for her support of end-to-end encryption.
Congress “took a big step” toward improving supply chain and “addressing serious cost increases."
CaptionCall agreed to pay over $40 million over misuse of the free service for individuals with hearing disabilities.
Big Telecom companies caused months and months of delays in the rollout of the Emergency Broadband Benefit.
Craig Settles talks about the need for telehealth and ubiquitous broadband in a recent interview.
The move is in line with FCC's tough posture on national security risks emanating from China.
FCC said it disbursed an additional $269 million in the first round.
To work toward equal access, more affordable options must be created, including community-based solutions.
Bipartisan Senate bill clears the House, FCC auction prices climb higher, tech groups oppose newly proposed fee
Funds targeted towards internet providers in areas with poor digital access across 19 states.
Huawei’s CTO avoided questions about concerns over its network infrastructure security as countries ban its products.
5G crusader Commissioner Brendan Carr voiced pride in the FCC’s focus on 5G over the past four years
The biggest risk is likely to come through enforcement actions by state attorneys general and civil litigation, says Marashlian.
For companies to have successful builds, they need to ensure they know how to interpret their data.
The FCC details rip and replace fund, UTOPIA Fiber is getting involved in Bozeman project, FCC rolls out robocall database.
Panelists argued that lack of equitable digital access is deadly and driven by lack of competition.
The FCC should hit the pause button on a current plan to zero out support for voice-only services.
A coalition of groups argue the Texas law violates the Constitution, US Telecom on investment and Connected Nation on impact.
Thirteen additional bidders approved for RDOF, Blue Ridge going full fiber, YouTube Premium growing but trails other streaming apps.
Senate-passed legislation for broadband investment inspired by Colorado's experience, says senator.
Lightbox publishing new broadband map, Epic Games suffers loss in Apple antitrust case, 2021 Community Broadband Awards announced.
Dish said it needs non-contiguous 600 MHz band licenses to test open-RAN 5G network in two markets.
Broadband Breakfast, in person and for lunch, heard about the possibilities with spectrum sharing and combining technologies for coverage.
The FCC outlines September meeting agenda, the FTC will review big tech mergers this month, AT&T signs deal with OneWeb.
NCTA said the FCC should deny exclusive access to these buildings, but not exclusive wiring agreements.
Diversified Communications Group said the FCC flubbed on adding Hytera to blacklist.
The $3.2 billion program provides broadband and device subsidies to eligible low-income households.
State broadcasters associations want a proceeding in light of proposed fees it said unduly burdens the industry.
And lawmakers hope to iron out some wrinkles in infrastructure bill.
Democrats divided on when to move infrastructure bill, FCC awards 2.5 GHz licenses, antitrust lawyer Sayyed to TechFreedom.
Webinar hears how critical mapping is to bridging the digital divide.
Experts agreed that outreach and marketing to historically underserved and marginalized communities must be a part of the discussion.
FTC mounts another complaint against Facebook, Amazon warns third-party sellers about antitrust, Tesla autopilot investigated.
Brendan Carr noted concern about possible overbuilding and lack of accountability in infrastructure bill.
In an interview with Broadband Breakfast, Technology Policy Institute President Scott Wallsten blamed bad mapping for RDOF mess.
T-Mobile said millions subject to info hack, $61 billion to be spent on 5G phones, more Americans get affordable access.
Muninetworks' Sean Gonsalves cracks open and investigates the infrastructure bill.
Senators don't want apps beholden to Google and Apple, Verizon commits to interest group wants, states want robocall deadline sooner.
Organizations say preponderance of illegal calls don't come from facilities-based providers.