January 27, 2020


"Long Wait Likely For Rural Broadband Service In Worcester County [MD]" :: The Dispatch

"Jacksonville, Ill., Discusses Fiber-Optic Network Options" :: Jacksonville Journal-Courier

"Rural Service Provider Groups Oppose New Speed Tier Proposed for RDOF" :: Telecompetitor

"CenturyLink, Frontier took FCC cash, failed to deploy all required broadband" :: Ars Terchnica :: MuniNetworks

"Creating an Affordability Agenda" :: Benton Institute for Broadband & Society

"[R]ising economic tides in cities has little to do with recent growth in broadband adoption – but that declines in poverty rates do." :: Benton Institute for Broadband & Society

"Libraries bridging the digital divide" :: Monadnock Ledger-Transcript

"Rebooting Internet Freedom" :: New America

Remarks of Commr. Starks to Next Century Cities :: FCC

"DOCSIS 4.0 Specs Near the Finish Line" :: Light Reading


"5G and Rural America":  "FCC Chairman Ajit Pai recently told the crowd at CES that 5G would be a huge benefit to rural America and would help to close the rural broadband divide. ...  I can’t find a business case, or even an engineering case for pushing 5G into rural America." :: POTs and PANs

"Is 5G Radiation Safe?" :: POTs and PANs

"Will 5G Reinvent Working From Home?" :: Wall Street Journal

"C Spire Says It’s Getting '5G-Equivalent' Mobile Speeds" :: Telecompetitor


"Kansas’s Rainbow Becomes Latest Cable Operator to Drop Linear Video -- Now former MVPD said it will help steer its now broadband-only customers to the OTT alternatives of their choice" :: Multichannel News

"More Cable TV Providers Will Stop Offering TV Services & Move to Streaming Only This Year" :: Cord Cutters News

"Comcast cable prices likely to go higher in advance of streaming Peacock launch" :: USA Today


"The reviews are in on the House E&C's privacy draft" :: Politico

Justice Dept. plans February workshop on Section 230 :: The Information

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