July 25, 2019


"Municipally run internet tops national speed test rankings" (more on PCMag study) :: StateScoop

American Fork, UT city council to vote on plan for citywide open access network :: MuniNetworks

"Are States Having a Change of Heart on Electric Cooperative Broadband Legislation?" :: Telecompetitor

"Homegrown Economic Development Bears Sustainable Fruit in [Danville] Virginia" (re: nDanville network, etc) :: Nonprofit Quarterly

"Georgia Approves Subsidy Plan for Rural Internet Expansion" :: Atlanta Journal-Constitution

"The State of Broadband in America, Q2 2019" :: BroadbandNow Research :: Telecompetitor

"Senate Commerce OK's Broadband DATA Act -- Would require FCC to collect more 'granular' broadband data" :: Broadcasting & Cable

"Open Access for Apartment Buildings" :: POTs and PANs

"San Francisco Appeals FCC Order on Broadband Wire-Sharing Rule" :: Benton

"AT&T redlines poor and rural Californians because it can, Frontier because it can’t afford otherwise, CPUC study says" :: Tellus Venture Associates

"FCC Looks to Kill Copper Unbundling" :: POTs and PANs


"Not All 5G Is Equal: Millimeter Wave, Low-Band, and Mid-Band Explained" :: How-To Geek

"AT&T Says Nationwide Low-Band 5G Will Arrive in 2020" :: Light Reading

"Dish Network Corp. has agreed to pay $5 billion for wireless assets in a deal with T-Mobile US Inc. and Sprint Corp., setting the stage for the Justice Department to approve the $26.5 billion merger of the mobile-phone carriers" :: Bloomberg

. . . "What Will Dish’s Wireless Strategy Be?" :: Telecompetitor

"Sprint/T-Mobile Could Reportedly Get Final Approval This Week" :: Light Reading


"Report: Consumers Willing to Pay $17 to $27 Monthly for All Video Streaming Services Combined" :: Telecompetitor

"Montana Cable Association Shuttering Its Doors -- Cable association cites programming rates, cord-cutting" :: Multichannel News

"AT&T’s fast degrading pay TV user base quickened its decline in the second quarter, losing a staggering 946,000 users across platforms." :: Multichannel News

. . . "AT&T Video Sub Losses Hit Record Highs" :: Light Reading

"Video subscriber losses increased at Comcast Cable in the second quarter to 224,000 from about 140,000 in the prior year" :: Multichannel News


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