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Panelists in a session at the ISTELive 22 annual conference emphasized the importance of advocacy groups, and how supporting them can lead to major dollars going to schools and ed tech through legislation.
The newly formed Latah County Broadband Coalition in Idaho hopes that even residents who live in the most remote areas of the county will have access to high-speed Internet in the future.
The recent American Library Association Annual Conference in Washington, D.C., saw a gathering of librarians and the companies that sell them tech products for their work, some of which provide a glimpse of the future.
The BroadbandOhio Community Accelerator program is a collaborative effort between BroadbandOhio, Heartland Forward, the Benton Institute and The Ohio State University Office of Extension.
Southport, Maine, an archipelago town of just 600 residents located off Boothbay Harbor, has now seen mailers and digital ads linked to the incumbent Internet provider and allies as a vote nears.
The National Telecommunications and Information Administration has announced that the Rincon Band of Luiseño Indians will receive more than $1.2 million to expand high-speed Internet access on its reservation lands.
The Latah County Broadband Coalition will focus on addressing Internet infrastructure needs throughout the county with an emphasis on identifying federal, state and local funding streams to further connectivity goals.
An influx of federal funding for high-speed Internet has created an opportunity in Iowa that must be met, agriculture and business leaders in Iowa said during a roundtable discussion with the federal commerce department.
Through a collaboration between local ministries and RACE Communications, Williams Community Church is the first site with gigabit Internet in Colusa County, a step toward better Internet access in the rural community.
More Californians are gaining access to broadband Internet, but Black and Latino households still lag behind their white counterparts, according to an analysis of the latest available American Community Survey data.