Candidates are promising billions of dollars to rural and minority communities to deploy broadband.
It’s September and the new school year is underway. Across the country, students are filing into their new classrooms and meeting their new teachers. They are also getting ready for something familiar in education — and that’s homework.
How Kentucky Gambled for Hundreds of Millions of Dollars From a Broadband Program It Didn't Qualify For
In the spring of 2015, KentuckyWired, the Bluegrass State's ambitiou
How many US adults use the internet? There is a lot of information available from large, high response rate federal surveys as well as from surveys conducted by Pew Research Center and other organizations.
After years of frustration that Silicon Valley companies seemed to get special treatment in Washington, telecommunications giants are finally (re)gaining the upper hand.
On Aug 19 and 21, 2019, Federal Communications Commission Chairman Ajit Pai responded to various Members of Congress who expressed concerns about the FCC's inaccurate broadband mapping. Chairman Pai wrote that, "After a thorough review of the reco
This hearing will examine the innovations high-speed broadband services bring to rural America in a variety of sectors such as agriculture, education, health care, and small business. The hearing will also explore the need to bring additional reliable broadband connectivity to rural America.
Some of the biggest names in technology and communication came to the University of Mississippi to discuss hot topics in the industry and its future.
This tech summit is focusing on an important topic: improving the lives of Mississippians through communications technologies.