The experience of these DirecTV employees demonstrates what happens -- even in the Deep South -- when employers allow workers to make a free choice about union representation.
AT&T filed a proposal with the Federal Communications Commission to conduct IP Transition trials at two Southern locations: rural Carbon Hill, Alabama, and suburban West Delray Beach, Florida.
A new National Broadband Map shows the extent of the digital divide in America, giving President Obama's goal of advancing America's digital future a clearly defined roadmap.
On Wednesday, December 15, the Communications Workers of America and the Speed Matters campaign released the 2010 Report on Internet Speeds in all 50 States.
Speed Matters' partner One Economy was awarded $28.5 million in grant money to expand high-speed Internet in underserved communities in the latest round of NITA's Broadband Opportunity funding.
The National Telecommunications and Information Administration (NTIA) announced its second round of grant awards for broadband mapping programs in Alaska, Colorado, Delaware, Kansas, Louisiana, and Missouri.
Experts from all corners of the Southeast United States gathered at Benedict College earlier this month to discuss the state of broadband in their states and ways to further their interests.
A comprehensive new report released last month found that online learning for students in grades K-12 grew steadily last year, with many states expanding their online opportunities for supplemental and full-time online class work.
The need for universal high speed Internet has been getting serious national attention this election season. In addition to being a plank in this year's Democratic platform, the issue has caught the eye of candidates like Tom Allen, who is running for the U.S. Senate in Maine.