How technology and innovation can transform the classroom by Matt Prusiecki, Inside Indiana Business
Renville County broadband project on track for June completion by Tom Cherveny, West Central Tribune
The state's Border-to-Border Broadband Development Grant Program awarded a $865,000 grant for the Renville County portion of the project. The grant calls for providing service to 193 underserved households, 99 underserved businesses and three community anchor institutions.
Broadband public meetings needed, The Sun Community News
Telecom operation is growing by Jule Hubbard, Wilkes Journal-Patriot
Stillwater exploring feasibility for new broadband network by Beau Simmons, Stillwater News Press
Community talks challenges for high-speed Internet access by Julianne Hodges, Elgin Courier
Botetourt County to host rural broadband summit next week by Alison Graham, The Roanoke Times
Private monopolies failed to deliver fiber. Now it’s time for municipal broadband. By Don McIntosh, NWLaborPress.org
Fiber project could mean big changes for northern Washington by Julia Grace-Sanders, Skagit Valley Herald
“If we have reliable, high-speed Internet access throughout the town that private providers can then tap into and feed into our residences and businesses, then existing businesses will have another tool in their toolbox to perform more efficiently, effectively and rapidly,” he said.
Broadband meeting first step in lengthy process to help community by Nicki Skinner, Mountain Statesman
Despite data caps and throttling, industry says mobile can replace home Internet by Jon Brodkin, ArsTechnica
NTCA Smart Rural Community Awards made to 13 rural broadband providers by Phil Britt, Telecompetitor