BROADBAND

 

More on Lafayette complaint against NCTC

 

Telecompetitor

 

Daily Advertiser

 

“NC Senate passes broadband bill, a killer
for municipalities”

 

Mountain Express

 

US still “firmly entrenched” in 15th place
in OECD broadband penetration data

 

Computerworld

 

FCC’s John Horrigan on “Lessons for Cities
from the National Broadband Plan”–based
on speech for Baltimore symposium

 

FCC Blogband

 

“USDA: Broadband Key to Rural Econ-
omic Development”

 

Business Review USA

 

“Verizon, Time Warner Cable Fight Over
The Definition Of Fiber  -- NAD rules again
 in Verizon's favor in continuing ad dispute”

 

Broadband Reports

 

“NC state Senate passes broadband bill,
 a killer for cities”

 

mountainXpress

 

Sibley County, MN to fund FTTH feas-
ibility study

 

Gaylord Hub

 

WIRELESS

 

“Updated list of cities and counties with
large scale WiFi networks”

 

MuniWireless

 

VIDEO

 

“[T]he Senate Commerce Committee
passed the CALM (Commercial Adver-
tisement Loudness Mitigation) Act,
which officially adopts the Advanced
Television Systems Committee's recom-
mended practices for variations in
commercial volume in relation to the
programs around them. … [It] directs 
the FCC to regulate commercial vol-
ume per the ATSC recommendations
adopted last November.   It gives
cable operators and broadcasters a
year from the law's adoption to
comply.”

 

Broadcasting & Cable

 

PRIVACY

 

Rep. Barton plans privacy bill

 

National Journal

 

OTHER NEWS

 

Pew study:  58 percent of 12-year-olds
now have a cellphone, up from 18 percent
in 2004

 

New York Times

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