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"… ies-based carriers is unlikely to materially improve the business case for broadband deployment in high-cost areas.” “The proposed exclusion of resellers …"

"… ommission’s goal of supporting affordable voice [service] and high-speed broadband for low-income consumers,” Verizon added. CTIA, the trade organization …"

"… to 10 million. The FCC modernized the Lifeline program in 2016 to include broadband support, minimum service requirements, and the national eligibility verifi …"

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"… of truth may therefore come quickly: Will this candidate who loves touting broadband expansion, marijuana legalization and agriculture policy reform welcome su …"

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"… a roster that already includes four longer-term fellows reporting for the broadband, data, environment and workers’ rights and state politics teams. "We’ …"

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"… Riverside County, Calif. Until a couple of years ago, no commercial fixed-broadband providers would serve the community. For many carriers, it’s a hassle t …"

"… ds and active fault lines. Yet if you listen to the Trump administration, broadband installation in places like Anza slowed because of net neutrality rules …"

"… ion based on Title II of the 1934  Communications Act, fixed wireline broadband reached 29.9 million people who never had it before. Between 2014 and 201 …"

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"… that calls on federal agencies “to use all viable tools to accelerate” broadband deployment in rural areas on federal lands. “Those towers are going to g …"

"… “Those towers are going to go up, and you're going to have great, great broadband," Trump said. If the fight over 5G poles and cells hasn’t hit your town …"

"… delays in processing permits have effectively prohibited the deployment of broadband, which they argue is a violation of federal law; they’ve asked the FCC t …"

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"… est that the need to pre-empt urban areas’ ordinances is so we can bring broadband to rural areas where there is little service,” said Mitsuko Herrera, the …"

"… are in urban areas, where only 4 percent of people don’t have access to broadband. Easing local rules over small cells is “a critical tool in closing the …"

"… CC programs such as providing subsidies to low-income families to purchase broadband and freeing up spectrum to provide more wireless capacity, Mark Wigfield, …"

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"… ome a beneficiary, but a victim. Big time. >>Keep reading FCC packs broadband advisory group with big telecom firms, trade groups Blake Dodge/Center …"

"… firm, have representatives on the panel. Also appointed to the panel were broadband experts from conservative think tanks who have been critical of FCC regula …"

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"… ident Mitch Carmichael, a Republican, voted for a bill this year to expand broadband internet competition that his company, Frontier Communications, lobbied ag …"

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"… nizations that support net neutrality. The reason for so few meetings, say broadband policy experts, lies in the stark differences between Wheeler’s and Pai …"

"… caused internet providers to cut spending on upgrading and expanding their broadband networks by $3.6 billion, a 5.6 percent drop, because they can’t expect …"

"… ompany that met a lot with the FCC in 2014 was AT&T. The third-largest broadband provider in the nation sat down with FCC staff more than any other provide …"

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"… firm, have representatives on the panel. Also appointed to the panel were broadband experts from conservative think tanks who have been critical of FCC regula …"

"… opose changes to telecommunications policies that Pai views as barriers to broadband deployment. The municipal working group, with 24 members, is tasked with c …"

"… cess,” including developing model codes for cities and states to approve broadband permits, and removing local and state regulatory barriers. The committee h …"

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"… Kellogg Investigative Reporting fellow, focusing on economic injustice and broadband communications issues. Beachum has previously covered community news for …"

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"… incomes below $34,800 — are five times more likely not to have access to broadband internet than neighborhoods with a median income above $80,700. In an inc …"

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"… nected” project, an investigation of the political ties of the media and broadband industries. He came back briefly in 2009 to author the organization’s la …"

Without fear or favor

By Peter Bale

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"… area. He has written gracefully on how the exiting oligopoly on cable and broadband delivers a terrible deal to all Americans and a really terrible deal to po …"

"… le deal to poor Americans. Here’s his take on AT&T/TW. - our work on broadband (with huge data work from Ben Wieder and Chris Zubak-Skees) was cited …"

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"… chase of DirecTV, AT&T announced that it would increase prices for its broadband service. DirecTV also announced that month that it would hike its prices. …"

"… ss competition among internet providers, it’s easier to raise prices for broadband, Wood said. And that will hurt those that can’t afford it the most. An …"

"… petition and how low-income families are more likely not to have access to broadband,  or to have access only to slower speeds and fewer choices. It’s …"

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"… om the U.S. Census Bureau. The FCC, which regulates the industry, defines broadband as a download speed of at least 25 megabits per second. Those speeds are m …"

"… hase a home internet connection than do their higher income neighbors. But broadband advocates, economists — those in the United States, Europe and the White …"

"… become more prevalent, and cars and household appliances become networked, broadband demand is forecast to more than double in just the next four years. The in …"

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"… ringent rules. At the time, Wheeler said the rules were needed because “broadband providers have both the economic incentive and the technological capabilit …"

"… nications Association, an industry trade group that advocates on behalf of broadband providers such as AT&T Inc. and Verizon Communications Inc., filed sui …"

"… d they would pursue an appeal or were evaluating their legal options. But broadband advocates and legal scholars on both sides of the debate said it is unlike …"

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"… overage area that has enabled us to link policy to inequality is access to broadband in the United States. Rather than look at it through a purely speed or net …"

"… Holmes has written about the social and economic implications of poor U.S broadband quality and access.  This week Allan launched a series – combined …"

"… y new data set on the problem from Ben Wieder – showing how high-quality broadband availability mysteriously stops on the border of poorer suburbs across Ame …"

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"… r areas are almost five times more likely not to have access to high-speed broadband than the most affluent American households. That means no access to online …"

"… ment defines as “advanced telecommunications capability” or high-speed broadband, a download speed of 25 megabits per second or higher. That’s the speed …"

"… ommunications Inc. — rely on telephone lines but typically don’t offer broadband speeds. Americans can get Internet on their smart phones, but the faster c …"

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"… uum codes at the county level. The Center used the FCC’s definition of broadband, a download speed of 25 megabits per second and higher, to determine if br …"

"… nd, a download speed of 25 megabits per second and higher, to determine if broadband was offered by consumer providers in each census block group. Income for …"

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"… hear the case. …"

"… net neutrality rules. The FCC passed the rules in February. They prohibit broadband providers such as Verizon Communications Inc. and Comcast Corp. from block …"

"… entrepreneurs the protections they deserve, while providing certainty for broadband providers and the online marketplace.” But Internet providers, includin …"

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"… ed when calling 911. About 30 percent of all U.S. households do not have a broadband Internet connection in their home, meaning they have no Wi-Fi router   …"

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"… ident Barack Obama released a report today that asserted the high price of broadband, brought about by too few Internet service providers, is a major barrier t …"

"… ary reason that more than 25 percent of American households don’t have a broadband connection at home. One of the primary reasons broadband prices are too e …"

"… s don’t have a broadband connection at home. One of the primary reasons broadband prices are too expensive, the report notes, is because there is a lack of …"

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"… p; …"

"… ment services. Only 48 percent of households earning $25,000 or less have broadband at home compared with 95 percent of households with incomes of $150,000 or …"

"… ;analysts and surveys say households choose not to purchase broadband service because they either don’t have the computer skills to navigate t …"

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"… ers and funded by corporations and trade groups, created a model municipal broadband law in 2002 that makes it difficult, if not impossible, for cities to buil …"

"… w and another in Tennessee that restrict cities from building or expanding broadband networks. The Tennessee attorney general is suing the FCC to overturn the …"

"… Wilson, North Carolina, when they asked the FCC to preempt their states’ broadband laws. “Because the North Carolina law uses similar language to that fou …"

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"… a choice of two Internet providers under the FCC’s newest definition of broadband, 25 megabits per second download and 3 megabits per second upload, ac …"

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"… award for Best Personal Finance Story. The Center’s senior reporter for broadband, Allan Holmes, examined the telecommunication industry’s web of influenc …"

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