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About 24 million Americans – and more than 66 percent of Americans living in rural and Tribal lands – still lack broadband access.
The FCC’s review of the Sinclair-Tribune merger should be paused until the investigation is complete. Before the FCC approves massive media consolidation, the public deserves to know whose interests Chairman Pai is serving.
According to the FCC, 43 percent of the country has no competition for 25/3 Mbps service and 85 percent of the country has no competition for 100/10 Mbps service
Broadband is included among the infrastructure initiatives, but exactly how much of the $20 billion will go to closing the digital divide is unclear.
AT&T intends introduce its next-generation mobile 5G service in a dozen markets by the end of 2018.