Community Broadband Media Roundup - November 18


Leaders advocate for rural broadband service, Hot Springs Village Voice 



As net neutrality repeal looms, Boulder takes closer look at city-owned broadband, Stock Daily Dish 

Colorado Edition: change of plans, KUNC



Victory over telecom industry gives Connecticut towns a way to provide their own faster, cheaper Internet service, Hartford Courant 

Barkhamsted to hold meeting on broadband Internet service, NewsTimes



Local leaders urge broadband for rural areas by Jordan Fouts, Elkhart Truth



Cedar Falls Utilities broadband Internet is expected to get faster soon by Andrew Wind, The Courier



City-run Internet service? Here’s how it would work in Quincy by Mary Whitfill, Patriot-Ledger



Partnership aims to improve high-speed Internet access in northeast Michigan, Gaylord Herald Times 



County working to improve Internet access by Autumn Hughes, Cleveland Daily Banner 



Alexandria invites bids for construction of fiber network by Vernon Miles, ALXNow

Mecklenburg Electric awarded $3.8 million for broadband expansion, Southside Messenger



Bringing high-performance broadband to rural America by Jon Sallet, Benton Institute

Municipal districts: The fix for what ails rural Internet? By Jed Pressgrove, GovTech

Michigan’s MERIT Network: Connectivity to and through community anchors by Jon Sallet, Benton Institute

How the FCC solves consumer problems—well, it doesn’t, really by Jon Brodkin, ArsTechnica

State leaders, experts sort through federal broadband bills by Jed Pressgrove, GovTech

Cities and states take up battle for open Internet, EfficientGov