Community Broadband Media Roundup - February 1


Mediacom sues to stop Iowa City municipal fiber build by Karl Bode, DSL Reports



Some telecoms, anti-government groups oppose new state broadband network by Tom Eblen, The Lexington Herald Leader



Cool and connected - a funding opportunity to expand broadband in communities by Peggy Schaffer, Bangor Daily News


New York

Albany hires Schenectady firm to study broadband access by Jordan Carleo-Evangelist, Albany Times-Union




Rural broadband workshop coming to Bend by Stephen Hamway, The Bend Bulletin



TechKnow - The US digital divide: who gets high-speed Internet? by The Global Herald



Washington law would let counties sell broadband service when Comcast won't by Chris Morran, The Consumerist

Washington considers public broadband bridge bill by Bailey McCann, CivSource


West Virginia

ISPs try to kill open-access fiber network, avoid competition by Jon Brodkin, ArsTechnica



GOP senators want lower Internet speeds to qualify as "broadband" by Jon Brodkin, ArsTechnica

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