broadband

Air Force needs help bringing broadband to every U.S. base

by Billy Mitchell • 2 years ago

The Air Force's lack of broadband on some installations isn't uncommon among the military services. It's a Defense Department-wide issue.

Technology subcommittee ‘disappointed’ with slow progress in rural broadband

by Michael Bergin • 2 years ago

An outdated map, misleading data, and bills that go nowhere were all sources of frustration for broadband industry representatives and lawmakers at a recent congressional hearing.

FCC announces updates to Mapping Broadband Health initiative

by Ryan Johnston • 2 years ago

The FCC's Connect2Health Task Force announced on June 8 that their Mapping Broadband Health in America Platform will be updated to reflect new data.

Clinton’s broadband plan promises continuity, though could prove too ‘incremental’

by Alex Koma • 3 years ago

Hillary Clinton wants to ensure that every household in America has access to broadband service by 2020 — and though she’s touted it in speeches and policy papers, that sort of promise could easily fail to cut through the noise in a tumultuous presidential campaign.

Midwestern schools, libraries missing out on millions in broadband funds from FCC

by Alex Koma • 4 years ago

Mississippi IT staffer Gary Rawson sounded a warning that applicants to the FCC's E-Rate program in nine states left more than $38 million on the table in fiscal year 2014.

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