Community Broadband Media Roundup - September 3


Fort Collins Connexion announces residential pricing for municipal broadband by Jacy Marmaduke, Fort Collins Coloradoan

Broadband boom by Susan Knopf, Summit Daily 

Comcast, beware: New city-run broadband offers 1Gbps for $60 a month by Jon Brodkin, Ars Technica 



FD voters may weigh in on broadband utility by Bill Shea, The Messenger 

Study: FD residents unhappy with Internet service by Bill Shea, The Messenger 



Pulaski County to explore extending broadband service to rural communities by Janie Slaven, Somerset Commonwealth-Journal 


North Carolina 

House bill could be helping hand for broadband by Cory Vaillancourt, Smoky Mountain News 

“Listen, I don’t care how we do it,” Corbin said. “I just want to get my people in my end of the state hooked up to Internet because they deserve the Internet as much as somebody that lives in Charlotte or Greensboro or Winston-Salem or Raleigh.”

Internet, connectivity changed education by Drew C. Wilson, Wilson Times 



Report challenges Internet providers’ advertised speeds by Jon O’Connell, The Times-Tribune, and Bill Wellock, The Citizens’ Voice 



When is broadband coming to my neighborhood on Virginia's Eastern Shore? By Carol Vaughn, Salisbury Daily Times



Elizabeth Warren: Here’s how we get broadband Internet to rural America by Elizabeth Warren, Washington Post 

FCC authorizes $4.9 billion for rural broadband, Broadband Communities Magazine