Community Broadband Media Roundup - January 4


Council narrowly agrees to municipal broadband study by Karie Simmons, Newark Post Online

Newark to study municipal broadband by Xerxes Wilson, Delaware Online



 Dubuque enhances broadband access by The Telegraph Herald



Gigabites: Massachusetts Town Proves Gigabit Demand by Mari Silbey, Light Reading

Holyoke Fiber Optic Group hoping for discussion with municipal utility by Mike Plaisance, MassLive



Firms are interested in running Monticello’s city-owned broadband network by Tim Hennigar, Monticello Times


New Hampshire

Activism needed for local broadband by James A. Rousmaniere Jr., The Keene Sentinel


West Virginia

Broadband service remains urgent need in W.Va. by Toril Lavender, Herald Dispatch



Madison eyes public broadband system to compete with private sector by Rick Barrett, Milwaukee Journal Sentinel



Comcast customer discovers huge mistake in company’s data cap meter by Jon Brodkin, ArsTechnica

Towns Start to Realize AT&T's Gigabit Fiber Promises Are Hollow by Karl Bode, DSL Reports

How the FCC Got Its Groove Back in 2015 by Joshua Stager, Slate