Here is a very simple idea to persuade Americans to stay home, keep our virtual society running, and stimulate the economy.
Highlighting some efforts to keep us all connected in what is a very scary time.
The 10th Anniversary of the National Broadband Plan offers a chance to reflect on the progress made in the past 10 years and lessons for the future.
It's budget season. Federal departments and agencies are making their funding requests to Congress for fiscal year 2021 (starting October 1, 2020 and ending September 30, 2021).
The House Commerce Committee's Subcommittee on Communications and Technology held a hearing entitled Empowering and Connecting Communities Through Digital Equity and Internet Adoption.
Current research suggests that low-income people can only afford to pay about $10 monthly for broadband. Anything more competes with other utility bills and the cost of food.
Cost is the primary reason that people do not subscribe to broadband. Current research suggests that low-income people can only afford to pay about $10 per month for broadband.
If rural America returns to broadband as usual, it will mean public institutions like libraries sometimes serving as the only broadband link for communities.
If ever there was a wake-up call to an immediate infrastructure threat, Corona is it.