Local communities understand their own needs, said Arkansas’s Glen Howie.
Christopher Ali wrote a book about the failures of rural broadband policies and leadership last year.
'Community-anchor institutions have been and are the connective tissue that make delivering high-speed internet access possible,' he said.
The conversation dealt with open access networks, and whether cities are well-suited to play a role in developing them.
Libraries can act as gateways to ensure community members know about their broadband subsidy options.
Panelists include Scott Rudd, Indiana Broadband Office, Teresa Ferguson, Colorado Broadband Office, Matt Schmitt, Illinois Office of Broadband, Kenrick Gordon, Maryland Office of Rural Broadband, Burt...
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