Sen. Mark Warner said last month he is working to pass a companion bill by year’s end.
CoBank also mentions that Space X and T-Mobile will begin testing a satellite service by the end of 2023.
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The FCC stated that it will lean on the newly mandated broadband nutrition labels.
Local communities understand their own needs, said Arkansas’s Glen Howie.
Sen. Mark Warner said he is in discussions to push the bill to law this year.
18% of people living on Tribal lands lack broadband access, compared to 4% of residents in non-tribal areas.
Christopher Ali wrote a book about the failures of rural broadband policies and leadership last year.
It is exactly one year since the Infrastructure Investment and Jobs Act became law.
One day before the release of the broadband map, Digital Infrastructure Investment could not come on a more appropriate date.
The FCC said individuals will also be able to challenge its broadband fabric once the draft map is released.
In 2021, the FCC charged the council in its mission to prevent digital discrimination.
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'Red tape really does have the possibility to kill project,' argued a House subcommittee chief counsel.
Applications are due mid-November, state officials said, and awards will likely be announced by early December.
ISP is rebutting claims of the Associated Press and The Markup story on internet deals in non-white neighborhoods
How can states sustain and expand the dwindling broadband workforce?
Study says California and Texas will be the biggest BEAD winners, with grants of more than $3 billion each.
'The way you close the digital divide is you build fiber to every single rural home,' Jonathan Chambers said.
To deploy the infrastructure itself, states must focus on user buy-in as well as network deployment.
More than 42,000 unserved Native American households will have access to high-speed Internet.
Two information technology industry groups are trying to stall implementation of Texas’ social media law.
Legislation introduced Thursday would shield federal broadband funding from being taxed.
The NTIA is proposing a limited-equipment, limited-time exemption to purchasing American-made products.
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Incorporating equitable processes and outcomes from the start is crucial to avoid perpetuating continued inequalities.
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A federal judge ruled that CostQuest made no misrepresentations in its bid for the FCC mapping contract.
T-Mobile is focusing on its wireless business, while Cogent wants to eventually replace its leased network.
There is an increasing worry that cities may be left out of the wealth of resources for broadband infrastructure spending.
The event will be headlined by Sarah Bleau, middle mile program director at the National Telecommunications and Information Administration.
The mapping tool in the ReConnect application process allows applicants to designate proposed routes.
Regional Fiber Connect conferences are bringing the industry’s technology and community leadership together.
Issues in contention include choice of technology for broadband deployment, labor rules, and interconnection agreements.
State officials discussed working with academic, community and industry partners to craft its broadband maps.
On August 24, Broadband Breakfast Editor and Publisher Drew Clark will return to the Land of Lincoln.
Wireless is essential because for truly remote properties, a physical connection may never be practical.
With FCC maps promised soon, some states are preparing to possibly challenge them by making their own.
The FCC should incorporate the mapping data from local governments to avoid overbuilding, ensure technology neutrality.