If managed effectively, the BEAD program could play a key role in allowing our economy to weather the storms ahead.
States facing difficulties collecting coverage data may have more time to present challenges.
'This award will provide access to those communities who have for too long went without affordable internet connectivity.'
Alabama, Colorado, New Mexico, New York, Kansas and Pennsylvania had broadband-related measures on the ballot.
National Telecommunications and Information Administration announces news on its 'Internet for All' web portal for three IIJA programs.
Over 400,000 locations across the U.S. will get broadband in this funding wave.
To work toward equal access, more affordable options must be created, including community-based solutions.
January 27, 2021—Senator Edward Markey, D-Massachusetts, a member of the Commerce, Science, and Transportation Committee, sent a letter Tuesday to […]
A lawsuit filed Wednesday by a coalition of ten Republican state attorneys general, led by Texas Attorney General Ken Paxton, […]
October 30, 2020 – Tech platform companies Google, Facebook, and Twitter said they not in favor of redefining the phrase, […]
October 23, 2020 — Policymakers called for more accurate broadband maps, continued progress against robocalls, and the use of an […]
August 19, 2020 — Members of the Rural Caucus and the Native American Caucus of the Democratic Party made calls […]
May 5, 2020 – As internet connectivity grows increasingly essential, fiber optics may prove to be a better option than […]
April 14, 2020— “Compared to other crises, it is more straightforward to solve,” said Elaine Kamarck, Brookings senior fellow of […]
WASHINGTON, March 4, 2020 — Dane Jasper, CEO of mid-size internet service provider Sonic, promoted his brand and challenged that […]