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Connecting to Each Other: Upstate New York
In the ongoing effort to better network us network-type people, I wanted to note a site, Agrilan Rural Broadband Blog, that is working toward better rural broadband in upstate New York. I plan to put up short posts like this from time to time in hopes that people will get a better sense of who is near them (or has similar interests) for coalitions to advocate for broadband networks that are structurally accountable to communities.
Syracuse, NY Votes to Provide Low Cost Fixed Wireless Broadband to Low Income Households
Our New Building for Digital Equity Podcast Debuts Today
NYC Co-op Told To Pull Free Service From Affordable Housing After City’s Reversal On Open Access Fiber
Dryden, NY Launches Municipal Fiber Network
New York City’s Ambitious Broadband Plan Is A Shadow Of Its Former Self
In 2020, New York City officials unveiled a massive new broadband proposal they promised would dramatically reshape affordable broadband access in the city.
Instead, the program has been steadily and quietly dismantled, replaced by a variety of costly half-measures that critics say don’t solve the actual, underlying cause of expensive, substandard broadband.