The Havasupai Tribe secures license to build-out their community broadband network by Mariel Triggs, People-Centered Internet
“There are scenarios where the city could provide low-price broadband while operating a fiber business that would be self-sustaining and profitable and that wouldn’t need any subsidies from GRU or the city,” the report states. “However, creating such a business is no slam dunk.”
Internet far slower in Georgia than reported by Mark Niesse and Nicholas Thieme, The Atlanta Journal-Constitution
Small Idaho city shows the benefits of open access broadband networks by Karl Bode, Techdirt
FD looks for more broadband by Bill Shea, The Messenger
iVinton continues to move forward in the plans to bring broadband to Vinton by Valerie Close, Vinton Today
Wendell approves 7.6 percent budget increase by David McLellan, Greenfield Recorder
Wendell has been working toward creating a town-owned broadband system — legally known as a Municipal Light Plant — under the state’s Last Mile program. The high-speed Internet service is not estimated to begin until next year, but several articles anticipating the network’s...