Broadband for America Members Named American Investment Heroes

The Progressive Policy Institute released this week its fifth annual ranking of the top 25 non-financial U.S. companies investing the most in America. The combined companies invested an estimated $176.9 billion domestically in 2015 with AT&T, Verizon, Comcast and Time Warner Cable included. According to the report, the telecom and cable sector continues to lead […]


1 World Connected Unveiled

This week, 1 World Connected, a joint venture between private, public, civil society and government sector entities united to increase broadband access and adoption around the world, debuted. As a complementary program similar to the U.S. State Department’s “Global Connect,” Internet Society’s “Community Grants Programs and Beyond the Net Initiative,” the World Economic Forum’s “Internet […]




New Georgetown Study – Title II Uncertainty Will Increase Costs and Reduce Investment

Since the dawn of the Internet age, America has led the world in Internet speeds, innovation, and network connectivity. The Federal Communications Commission’s recent decision to regulate the Internet under a Title II regime, however, places this global leadership at risk. Facing numerous challenges in court, the FCC’s Open Internet Order brings nothing but uncertainty […]


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