Kevin Taglang

Executive Editor

With 25 years of experience in the field, Kevin leads Benton’s work monitoring, analyzing and articulating the public interest stake in telecommunications legislation, regulation, and policymaking. Kevin manages and develops Benton’s online and print publications.

Kevin's Recent Articles:

Is the FCC Connecting America?

Congress Provides More Money for Rural Broadband Deployment

FCC needs your help to eliminate digital discrimination

What the American Rescue Plan is Doing for Broadband

How a State Can Blow a Once-in-a-Generation Investment to Close the Digital Divide

How can the FCC deliver better broadband to rural health care providers?

Broadband & the Future of Tech

Does your cable company participate in the Affordable Connectivity Program?

Bonds, Broadband Bonds

How Can the FCC Make it Easier to Shop for Broadband?

What's Next for the Affordable Connectivity Program?

Introducing the Affordable Connectivity Program

Rosenworcel & Davidson

NTIA Wants to Hear from You About the Infrastructure Investment and Jobs Act

NTIA's Office of Internet Connectivity and Growth Makes First Report to Congress

Your Chance to Weigh in on the Future of the Universal Service Fund

Broadband & Democracy

Farms Need Broadband

Transition of the Emergency Broadband Benefit Program into the Affordable Connectivity Program

FCC Begins the Transition of the Emergency Broadband Benefit Program into the Affordable Connectivity Program

A Big Day For Lifeline

When Do We Get Our Broadband?

The Largest U.S. Investment in Broadband Deployment Ever

The Largest U.S. Investment in Broadband Adoption Ever

How the Infrastructure Investment and Jobs Act will Make Broadband More Affordable

Investing in Middle Mile Infrastructure

Enhancing the Tribal Broadband Connectivity Grant Program

Addressing the Workforce Needs of the Telecommunications Industry

USDA Prime Broadband

The Digital Divide is Real—And It’s Sexist

The Facebook Files and the Future of Social Media

Waiting for Godot

Treasury Ready to Send Billions to States for Broadband Projects

How Do We Pay For Universal Service?

Broadband in the Black Rural South

Everyone Complains About the Lack of Competition. Now Someone Wants to Do Something About It.

2016 Called. It Wants to Know How Lifeline is Doing

Gearing Up to Connect Minority Communities

$1 Billion for Broadband Infrastructure on Tribal Lands

NTIA Has Millions for Broadband Infrastructure

Treasury Preps Billions for States and Localities. Will it Mean More Broadband?

How the FCC Will Help Schools and Libraries Bridge the Digital Divide

Digital Inclusion Week Indeed

Broadband Prices are Soaring. Competition is the Answer

Does Your State Need More Broadband?

Show Us the Money: Federal Broadband Support During the COVID-19 Pandemic

The National Urban League's Approach to Digital Equity

Does America Want to Invest in Broadband?