This is the transcript for episode 388 of the Community Broadband Bits podcast. In this episode, the Community Broadband Networks team reviews their predictions from 2019 and makes new predictions for 2020. Listen to the episode, or read the transcript below.
Christopher Mitchell: Hi everyone. Welcome to another episode of community broadband bits. It's nice to be back in the office.
Katie Kienbaum: Chris, I think you mean community brooooadband bits
Christopher Mitchell: podcast.
Katie Kienbaum: I think they got that from, you know, the fact that we're in their ears right now.
Christopher Mitchell: I really wonder about the sound quality. I'm pretty sure that you went to 11.
Katie Kienbaum: I could try it again.
Christopher Mitchell: Hey everyone, that's Katie. I'm Chris. We have the largest community broadband bits podcast ever today. I think for our special year end and new year prediction show. Michelle was leaning forward to introduce herself.
Michelle Andrew: Hi, I am Michelle.
Christopher Mitchell: Michelle does our broadband mapping in data type stuff. Katie does a lot of research, she may have seen her working on rural issues and open access and whatever else I feel like assigning to her in any given time. Then we have our two people who've been on the show a little bit more often.
Jess Del Fiacco: This is Jess del fiacco, the communication specialist with the community broadband team here.
Lisa Gonzalez: And this is Lisa, the one who has to edit this thing, who is going to wring Katie's neck.
Katie Kienbaum: Like I said, I can do it again if you need me to.
Christopher Mitchell: Maybe from the hallway. And we're at the Institute for local self reliance where we are talking about things that, well I guess we're going to reflect over the past year and talk about what we might be looking out for in the coming year in 2020, the coming decade perhaps, who knows? I think we should turn to Lisa to ask her where we should start.
Lisa Gonzalez: Well usually what we start with...Read more