September 4, 2019


"Broadband in minority and rural communities — waiting for [federal] government won't work" :: The Hill

More on Fort Collins:  "Comcast, beware: New city-run broadband offers 1Gbps for $60 a month" :: Ars Technica :: HotHardWare

"Missouri’s battleground for community broadband" :: St. Louis Post-Dispatch

"Pulaski County, Ky., Looks to Extend Rural Broadband Service" :: Commonwealth Journal

"Setting the Definition of Broadband" -- "If the FCC was doing its job we would be having vigorous discussions on the topic. ... The FCC has hunkered down and continues to support the 25/3 definition of broadband even when it’s clear that it’s grown obsolete. This FCC is unlikely to increase the definition of broadband, because in doing so they would be declaring that millions of homes have something less than broadband." :: POTs and PANs

"Cincinnati Bell will be donating the upfront charges to deploy a smart city offering in a historic Dayton, Ohio neighborhood. ...  The Cincinnati Bell smart city deployment involves installing fiber to provide free public Wi-Fi in the neighborhood and will also enable cameras that will support law enforcement safety initiatives." :: Telecompetitor

"Microtrenching Goes Mainstream" :: Broadband Communities Magazine


"WISPA Urges FCC to Prohibit Exclusive MTE Practices" :: WISPA release

Alabama:  "Wireless providers, cities still struggle to find 5G agreement" (update on state small cell legislation) :: Alabama Daily News

"V and E Bands Key to the 5G Revolution -- They offer an affordable, accessible way for smaller and rural providers to gain spectrum and deliver on the promises of 5G." :: Broadband Communities Magazine

"Why 5G requires new approaches to cybersecurity -- Racing to protect the most important network of the 21st century" (Tom Wheeler) :: Brookings

"Annual Report on the Status of Spectrum Repurposing" :: NTIA


"MoffettNathanson: Video Cord Cutting Drives Cable Broadband ARPU Growth" :: Telecompetitor  :: Light Reading

FCC denies retrans complaint of HolstonConnect vs. Nexstar :: Multichannel News


"Big Telecom's sweet summer of revenge" :: Axios

"More than half of state attorneys general are preparing to announce an [antitrust] investigation into Google next week."  :: Washington Post

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