GOP lawmakers want new FCC commissioner to reject E-Rate expansion.
It's not just about building networks, but providing affordability through programs like the ACP.
Missing out on BEAD-funded fiber could 'materially impair' the Beaver Island's ability to compete, a local committee argued.
Consulting firm Brattle Group said in a report the move would be economically sound.
The FCC's challenge process is insufficient to allocate Enhanced ACAM funds, the Rural Broadband Association said.
Less than half of low-income survey respondents without internet had heard of the ACP.
The hurricane waiver relieves providers from Universal Service Fund rules.
E-ACAM offers more funds and extended deployment deadlines for higher speeds.
The USF is facing dwindling funds and pending court challenges.
The letter follows calls to drop the credit rule that it said could shut out smaller ISPs from funding.
Tool assesses the resilience of broadband infrastructures in case of natural hazards.
Cyberattacks can cost up to $1 million for schools, according to a GAO report.
Bountiful City, Utah will continue work on a municipal broadband network after opposition.
The FCC broadened the E-rate eligibility to tribal colleges used as public libraries.
The proposal is an investment of $200 million over three years for cybersecurity.
Largest beneficiaries of ACP do not participate financially in federal programs designed to promote broadband adoption.
FCC Chairwoman Rosenworcel on Monday introduced the 'Learn Without Limits' initiative to update the E-Rate program
The USF needs to first be reformed for its own sustainability.
A new Senate working group is set to consider reforms to the USF.
While the USF remains vital in an ever-increasing connected world, it is in serious jeopardy of surviving.
Including all broadband internet revenue will alter the internet in uncertain ways, claims expert.
One Eye was given 'ample opportunity' to address robocall traffic, FCC said.
Sixth Circuit adopted reasons from another appeal court.
Last month, the Affordable Connectivity Program was announced to have 16 million Americans signed up.
The bill requires the FCC to study and reform the contribution base of the Universal Service Fund.
The matter is also in front of the 6th and 11th Circuit courts.
Sohn was first nominated in October 2021.
AT&T suggested the FCC look into relieving USF by considering other public funding in ACAM areas.
Broadband access and privacy policies present opportunities for bipartisan collaboration, Broadband Breakfast panelists agreed.
The second map submission window opens January 3 and closes March 1.
Big communications companies want Congress to tax telecom, while many others want higher fees on broadband service.
FCC should not 'wait for Congress to sort through these complex issues.'
A recent study by CostQuest suggests that 37,000 more towers are needed to bring mobile coverage up to speed nationwide.
The FCC's Intergovernmental Advisory Committee, which provides guidance to the commission, has term extended two months.
The FCC will let Congress make changes to its authority to add contributors to the Universal Service Fund.
The European Parliament passed two pieces of legislation that are intended to tackle anticompetitive behavior and content deemed illegal.
39 states and territories have submitted letters of intent to participate in the NTIA's Internet for All initiative.
A number of players have pitched the idea of having big tech platforms pay into the basic telecommunications fund.
The legal brief comes at a time when the FCC studies the future of the fund.
Calls in contrast to growing support for a broader mechanism including broadband revenues