July 29, 2019


"Neighboring Cities, Other Entities Weigh Partnering With Gainesville To Improve Internet" :: WUFT

"An overwhelming majority of Dryden [NY] residents surveyed so far want Dryden to be the first town in New York to provide its own universal broadband service." :: Ithaca Times

"It’s the internet ‘dark ages’ in large tracts of Pierce County [WA]. Leaders hope to change that" :: Tacoma News Tribune

"Huntington Beach, Calif., Revitalization Includes Broadband" :: Daily Pilot

"Broadband infrastructure ripe for public finance"  -- "We're definitely seeing an increased interest in this space with various jurisdictions."  :: Bond Buyer (sub. req'd)

"Most internet service providers are gone. Sonic has survived — and thrived" :: San Francisco Chronicle

"Are You Ready for 10 Gbps?" :: POTs and PANs

"Politicians Want to Change the Internet’s Most Important Law [Sec. 230]. They Should Read It First." :: New York Times


"Dish’s New Wireless 5G Phone Service Could Be Called Sling Wireless" :: Cord Cutters News

"Dish must cover 70% of the country with 5G by June 2023 or pay $2.2 billion" ::  PhoneArena

"The Long Road to 5G IoT Reality" :: Light Reading


Reps. Anna Eshoo (D-CA) and Steve Scalise (R-LA) introduce the Modern Television Act of 2019, "a bill to repeal outdated regulations of the 1992 Cable Act, including retransmission consent and compulsory copyright license, to increase competition in the TV marketplace and to better address perennial broadcast TV blackouts." :: U.S. House of Representatives

"Losing video subscribers actually boosts the profitability of the cablecos and telcos, since video carries lower profit margins than broadband, which continues to thrive. In fact, for cable stocks, 'video subscriber losses are now part of the bull case,' MoffettNathanson analyst Craig Moffett asserted in a recent report." :: Barron's

"Verizon tests its own streaming device named Stream TV" ::  FierceWireless


"The End of the Central Office?" :: POTs and PANs

FCC's August 1 Open Meeting Agenda :: FCC

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