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Interconnection: How The Internet Connects

What is the Internet? How does the Internet work and transmit data? Check out our interconnection video to find out. 

Broadband is Leading America Into the Future

The state of American broadband is fast, ubiquitous, and affordable. Moreover, it’s enabling our economy through innovation, private investment, and...

How Broadband Stacks Up – United States vs. European Union

America’s broadband networks are among the most ubiquitous, competitive, and fastest in the world. As United States networks have benefitted by the...

Broadband as a Foundation for Education

If education is the foundation of society, then broadband is quickly becoming the mortar which binds and strengthens that foundation.

August 25, 2014
In a letter to the editor in The New York Times, Broadband for America (BfA) Honorary Co-Chairs John Sununu and Harold Ford Jr. highlighted how imposing utility-style regulations on the Internet could reduce future private...
August 8, 2014
Contact: Phil Singer, (202) 499-6482   WASHINGTON, DC - Today, Broadband for America submitted a letter to the House Energy and Commerce Committee in response to a request for public comment on the regulatory...
August 7, 2014
Since its inception, the Internet has evolved as a diverse and ever-changing medium that enables a countless array of software, devices, services, content, and tools across the country and globally. However, some groups are...
July 18, 2014
  July 18, 2014  As the FCC approaches its filing comment deadline this week, Broadband for America Honorary Co-Chairs former Senator John Sununu and former Congressman Harold Ford Jr. took to the airwaves to...

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American Broadband Driving the Future

American broadband is ushering in a new century of innovation and entrepreneurship.  The evidence is everywhere.  From new cloud technologies to telemedicine services that are saving lives.  From online pharmacies providing services to seniors in rural communities to the rapid emergence of an "Internet of everything."  Read more

Media Inquiries

Members of the media can reach Broadband for America by phone at 866-646-8668 or via email by filling out the form below. All other inquiries should be sent via our main contact page.

Mailing Address and Phone:
Broadband for America
PO Box 57244
Washington, DC 20037
(866) 646-8668

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Invest and Deploy Broadband for Economic Growth

September 19, 2011

Invest and Deploy Broadband for Economic Growth
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Mario Lopez President, Hispanic Leadership Fund member of Broadband for America

August 23, 2011

Mario Lopez President, Hispanic Leadership Fund member of Broadband for America

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