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April 29, 2019

BROADBAND

"From Megabits To Basis Points: Connecting Fiber Optic Broadband And Municipal Credit" :: Forbes

"Public, private or both: Eagle County [Colo.] communities mull broadband options" :: Vail Daily

"Georgia Telephone and Electric Cooperatives Partner for Better Business Connectivity" :: MuniNetworks

"Georgia Governor to Sign Rural Internet Package" :: Atlanta Journal-Constitution

"How Central Maine Power plans to keep its vow to improve rural broadband" :: Bangor Daily News

"SC students do homework in parking lots to get Wi-Fi.  [Rep. Jim Clyburn (D-S.C.)] wants Congress to help" -- "When House Democrats complete an infrastructure package later this year, Clyburn wants rural broadband to be at the top of the list." :: The Herald

"Rural America Deserved Better" :: POTs and PANs

"The Network Neutrality Battle Is About Common Carriage Functionality – The Monopoly Argument is a False Distraction" (Barbara Cherry) :: The Jurist

"Comcast usage soars 34% to 200GB a month, pushing users closer to data cap" :: Ars Technica

"Cox Says There’s No Paid Prioritization Happening with Its New ‘Elite Gamer’ Broadband Service" :: Multichannel News

FCC approves SpaceX's plans to place broadband satellites in a lower orbit than originally planned :: The Verge

WIRELESS

"Without the Right Spectrum, Is 5G All That?" :: Benton Foundation

"T-Mobile to launch 5G on 600 MHz in the second half of 2019" :: FierceWireless

"Fairfax, Calif., Council Says More Time Needed to Craft 5G Rules" :: Marin Independent Journal

VIDEO

"Sports Programming Costs Average $18.55 Per User or 22.1% of ARPU" :: Telecompetitor

OTHER NEWS

"The unlikely power brokers that could stop Big Tech:  Local government has the power to uphold net neutrality, create open data standards, and safeguard digital rights. The question is: Will they use it?" :: Fast Company

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