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May 23, 2018

BROADBAND

"Will Cable Companies Become Fiber Companies?" :: Broadband Communities Magazine

"Here Comes DOCSIS 4.0" :: Light Reading

"Lincoln, Nebraska's Conduit Gambit Pays Off" :: Broadband Communities Magazine

Profile of Eugene, Oregon's broadband initiative:  "As is often the case the project got started by the municipally owned electric and water utility, EWEB. .... The benefits to the city from this venture are significant. With the dark fiber model, they expect the leases from the dark fiber to cover operating expenses. They had originally estimated that bringing fiber downtown would allow many tech companies to expand and they were hoping the fiber would bring 215 new jobs with average salaries of $74,000. The early successes show that they should easily surpass that goal, and the benefit to the city from more tech jobs is immense." :: POTs and PANs

"Greeley [CO] City Council talks broadband in work session" :: Greeley Tribune

North Carolina:  "Editorial: Widespread broadband access needs to be more than campaign photo-op" :: WRAL

Newton Minow and Ajit Pai:  "In rural America, digital divide slows a vital path for telemedicine" :: Boston Globe

Senate Commerce Committee approves Rural Broadband Comparability Act :: Broadcasting & Cable

FCC establishes portal for ISP transparency disclosures :: FCC

WIRELESS

"Wireless Broadband Could Threaten Cable ISPs" :: The Street

"Can The T-Mobile -- Sprint Combination Challenge Cable Operators" with fixed 5G? :: Forbes

FirstNet presents a rural coverage opportunity, says AT&T :: RCRWireless

"Bought AT&T After Selling Verizon" :: Seeking Alpha

"How Will 5G Unlock the Potential of Autonomous Driving?" :: Light Reading

"How 5G Could Transform Connectivity in Alaska" :: Government Technology

VIDEO

"Verizon CEO: Linear TV Model is Dead, We’re Looking for an OTT Partner to Bundle with 5G" :: Telecompetitor

"Cable TV Just Had Their Worst Quarter Ever" :: Cord Cutter News


OTHER NEWS

House subcommittee hearing looks at implications of IoT :: Broadcasting & Cable

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