The will examine the Commerce Department’s National Telecommunications and Information Administration (NTIA) and the agency’s role in managing federal spectrum and representing U.S. interests with the global internet multistakeholder community. Additionally, the hearing will look at how NTIA is working to deliver a modern National Broadband Map capable of providing better service availability data, along with other major policy issues before NTIA.
A Q&A with Ann Treacy of the Blandin Foundation editor of the blog “Blandin on Broadband”
Gov Chris Sununu (R-NH) signed a bill this that supporters say will improve high-speed Internet access in rural areas like the Monadnock Region.
The Precision Agriculture Connectivity Act (S.
During my tenure at the Commission, many of our nation's most prominent broadband Internet service providers (ISPs) have created or participated in programs that promised to lower affordability barriers that prevent low-income communities from bri
Federal Communications Commission Chairman Ajit Pai announced that he has circulated a draft order to his colleagues that would take immediate action to significantly increase funding for the Universal Service Fund’s Rural Health Care Program.
Crown Castle filed a letter on June 1, 2018, attaching a railroad crossing memorandum in support of its request for the Federal Communications Commission to exercise its section 253 authority and preempt state and local laws that allow railroads t
Comcast has agreed to pay $155 million in back taxes to Oregon in order to settle a nine-year property tax dispute.
[Commentary] Maps that accurately illustrate broadband coverage are needed to help direct both public and private sector efforts to areas without sufficient access.
In a recent spending bill, Congress made $600 million available for additional broadband deployment to America’s rural areas.