Greeley City Council talks broadband in work session by Sara Knuth, Greeley Tribune
Consumer satisfaction with cable, Internet Service Providers drops again by David B. Cline, The Coloradoan
Cortez reveals results of fiber project feasibility study by Stephanie Alderton, The Cortez Journal
Telecom industry books major win in municipal-broadband fight by Matt Pilon, Hartford Business
PURA's decision limits communities' use of pole space to local governmental activities like building networks for schools and other public buildings.
The ruling takes away what was once seen as the most economical and realistic avenue to forming municipal broadband networks in Connecticut, imperiling the hopes of communities desiring more affordable, gigabit-speed internet to spur economic growth, attract younger workers and close the "digital divide" for lower-income residents.
The speed of your internet service is -- cringe -- up to Congress by Hannah Jones, Minneapolis City Pages
A chance to succeed by Laurel Beager, International Falls Journal
Kudos to members of Koochiching Technology Initiative, or KTI, a local group seeking letters of support from businesses and individuals explaining how internet, or an improved internet, has a made a difference or could make a difference in their lives and their businesses.
The letters will...