April 5, 2019


"Georgia Lawmakers OK Electric Co-Ops to Sell Internet Service" :: Atlanta Journal-Constitution

"Considering Upstate New York's Connectivity Problem and Middle Mile Investment; Our Take on ErieNet" :: MuniNetworks

"Syracuse’s digital crisis: 1 out of 4 homes doesn’t have internet" :: Syracuse.com

"45 Percent of Americans Can Barely Get Affordable Wired Broadband" :: PCMag

"Broadband Issues Angering Rural Kansas Residents" :: KAKE

"Pai FCC Tours The Country Promising Better Rural Broadband, But His Policies Routinely Undermine That Goal" :: TechDirt

Amazon plans to launch 3,256 LEO broadband satellites ::  Ars Technica :: Android Police :: USA Today

"Dems Seek FCC Explanation of Faulty Broadband Coverage Data" :: Broadcasting & Cable

Leichtman Research releases broadband subscriber statistics for largest ISPs as of  Q4 2018 :: POTs and PANs


"Cities have broad authority over wireless facilities, California Supreme Court rules" -- "[T]he California Supreme Court gave cities a major victory today, ruling that the way San Francisco regulates the appearance of wireless facilities is legal, and isn’t preempted by state law or California Public Utilities Commission regulations." :: Tellus Venture Associates

"Airband Rural Wireless Program Has Eight Service Provider Partners, 230 More on Microsoft Wireless ISP Program" :: Telecompetitor

"5G Deployment Faces a Skills Gap" :: RCRWireless

"After several childhood cancer cases at one school, parents question radiation from cell tower"; Sprint shuts down tower :: CBS This Morning

"5 Key Wireless Technologies for IoT Explained" :: Bliley blog

"Verizon said it turned on 5G wireless in two cities. Here’s what it is, and who can access it." :: Washington Post


"Wall Street Thinks The Cable TV Sector Could Easily 'Unravel.' That's Probably A Good Thing." :: TechDirt

"Nexstar, Tribune Fire Back at Critics" :: Multichannel News


"'Smart city' initiatives are creating a flood of new data" :: StateScoop

"The Four Internets" :: POTs and PANs

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