September 24, 2019


"Broadband's Economic Impact Remains Unclear, Contested" :: Government Technology

"FairlawnGig Fiber Boosts Regional Economy" :: Broadband Communities Magazine

"Berkeley County [W.Va] to invite public-private partnership proposals to improve broadband service" :: Herald-Mail Media

"Education and the Digital Divide" :: Benton Institute for Broadband & Society

"Mississippi Co-op Moving Forward on Fiber for Rural Members" :: MuniNetworks

"A new report shows that the rural broadband situation in Georgia is worse than first thought" :: WJBF

"The Rural Digital Opportunity Fund: Conexon’s Comments filed with the FCC" :: Conexon
USTelecom on the RDOF :: Telecompetitor

"The Universal Service Fund (USF) has a bleak future outlook if the FCC continues to ignore the funding crisis that supports the program." :: POTs and PANs

"Farms Need Broadband Today" :: POTs and PANs

"The city of Morgantown. W.Va., and DBI Networks LLC, doing business as ClearFiber, have reached a settlement in the lawsuit filed on June 4 by the fiber optic Internet service provider.  The suit, which was filed in U.S. District Court, accused the city denying access to public rights-of-way by refusing to issue a license agreement." :: Dominion Post


More on Verizon small cell fee dispute with Clark County, NV; FCC denies County's request to suspend consideration of Verizon's petition for declaratory ruling during settlement negotiations :: Inside Towers

"The 3 main CBRS use cases, and why cable may benefit most" :: FierceWireless

"C-Spire Updates Its 4G, Readies for 5G" :: Light Reading


Braintree [MA] Electric Light Department exits the cable TV business:   BELD "is backing its plan to shut down the pay-TV service with a  'K.O. Cable' message and the debut of a 'Streaming 101' website that walks consumers though various OTT options.":: Light Reading :: Multichannel News

"Spectrum Admits the Average Cable TV Customer Pays Over $180 a Month" :: Cord Cutters News

"Sinclair Goes on the Offensive in Retransmission Dispute with AT&T" :: Telecompetitor


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