Why San Jose kids do homework in parking lots by Sam Liccardo, New York Times
This year, we approved landmark deals with several carriers that called for San Jose to facilitate rapid permitting and installation of thousands of small cells — the largest deployment of them in the nation. In exchange, the companies agreed to pay millions of dollars into a Digital Inclusion Fund to pay for broadband connectivity in low-income neighborhoods.
Editorial: Loveland should move forward with broadband, Reporter Herald
Loveland city attorney: No conflict for Fogle on municipal broadband by Julia Rentsch,
Aurora voters pave way for municipal broadband service by Nicole Brady, ABC 7 Denver
Aurora joins more than 90 other Colorado municipalities that have opted out of the state law. Only Longmont has a fully community-operated Internet service provider. It's called Nextlight. And it didn’t happen overnight.
18 More Colorado local governments voted for city-run Internet by Karl Bode, Motherboard
Loveland council re-votes on broadband, will build network without public vote by Julia Rentsch, Reporter-Herald
Regional broadband conference in Connecticut on Thursday, November 8, Broadband Breakfast