Cambridge aims to construct a citywide fiber network that passes all 52,300 residences and businesses in the city.
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Communities should take initiative in building out networks without waiting for federal funding, panelists said.
NDIA Executive Director Angela Siefer zeroed in on the need for good data.
The cost of remote fiber deployment can be a deterrent, necessitating creative community solutions.
Communities need to be involved in decision-making when it comes to broadband builds.
Alabama, Colorado, New Mexico, New York, Kansas and Pennsylvania had broadband-related measures on the ballot.
Two states will allow midterm voters to chime in on state funds for broadband deployment.
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'The percentage of households in major metro areas...using the program is smaller than the percentage of households enrolled.'
Hear from the DII moderators about what to expect from this year’s pathbreaking program.
The conversation dealt with open access networks, and whether cities are well-suited to play a role in developing them.
Despite confidence in its mapping fabric, an FCC panel said the challenge process is important.
Urban Digital Equity Bootcamp and Let's Get Going Broadband Program announced.
Join conference attendees in conversation on key connectivity issues.
ILSR and the National Digital Inclusion Alliance team up for two-hour livestream event on March 16 from 2-4 p.m. ET
Community broadband networks will play a crucial role in implementation of the Infrastructure, Investment and Jobs Act.
Sohn and Biden NTIA nominee Alan Davidson will undergo confirmation hearings next Wednesday.
City is yet another in a growing field of municipalities aiming for a municipal fiber network.
Muninetworks' Sean Gonsalves cracks open and investigates the infrastructure bill.
Sticking with the current FCC minimum, the proposed rule still leans into Biden administration talk of symmetrical speeds.
Many in Washington aren’t holding their breath for the broadband infrastructure deal to collapse.
A conversation about digital infrastructure between Christopher Mitchell of MuniNetworks and Drew Clark of Broadband Breakfast.
A bill dedicating $150 million of anticipated federal funding to create a new state broadband office to coordinate and accelerate […]
Guests include Jeff Johnston of CoBank, Tim Herwig of the Office of the Comptroller of the Currency, Lauren Mathena of Mid-Atlantic Broadband and Christopher Mitchell or...
Though Washington is home to one of the nation’s fastest growing tech hubs, many communities throughout the state lack adequate […]
May 5, 2020 – As internet connectivity grows increasingly essential, fiber optics may prove to be a better option than […]
WASHINGTON, June 7, 2017 – Two organizations supportive of municipal broadband advocacy efforts last week issued differing reports critical of […]
BROADBAND BREAKFAST INSIGHT: Always important to get to the bottom of reports criticizing municipal networks in an incomplete fashion. Bravo […]
BROADBAND BREAKFAST INSIGHT: A concerning new development from Maine. Thanks to the Institute for Local Self-Reliance for raising this issue […]
WASHINGTON, March 25, 2011 - The Institute for Local Self-Reliance unveiled its Community Broadband Network Map and Report on Wednesday.