Tag: FCC Broadband Plan

I have high-speed, do you?

A recent Washington Post[1] article reported that almost 40 percent of Americans do not have high-speed Internet access at home. What is most interesting about the 40 percent statistic is that, even in places where broadband is available, not everyone subscribes to it.  While some urban households just don’t have the adequate computer components, a

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FCC Gives Cities A Preview of Broadband Plan

During a meeting of local elected officials, Blair Levin, executive director of the Federal Communications Commission, Omnibus Broadband Initiative gave a sneak peak at the soon to be released National Broadband Plan. “Broadband is the common medium this country uses…’ he said during the meeting, underlying the need for a stronger technological infrastructure that would

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