Community Broadband Bits Podcast

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On this week’s episode of the Community Broadband Bits Podcast, host Christopher Mitchell is joined by Russ Elliot, the CEO of Siskiyou Telephone in Northern California.  The two discuss the importance of small incumbent providers, which often get lumped in with bigger telecommunications companies that leave rural communities behind when building broadband infrastructure. Small incumbent providers are … Continue reading "Local Solutions for Expanding Broadband Accessibility – Episode 483 of the Community Broadband Bits Podcast"

30 de nov.

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On this week’s episode of the Community Broadband Bits Podcast, Sean Gonsalves joins regular host Christopher Mitchell in a conversation with Michael Maloney, a public finance banker and the Managing Director at D.A. Davidson based in Iowa. Maloney has spent his career working on public financing projects to hope to spur economic development, including broadband. The three … Continue reading "Fort Dodge Brings FTTH to Fruition – Episode 482 of the Community Broadband Bits Podcast"

16 de nov.

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On this week’s episode of the Community Broadband Bits Podcast, host Christopher Mitchell travels to Des Moines, Iowa for the Iowa Association of Municipal Utilities Telecom Conference. He speaks with Kurt Ripperger, the Fiber Superintendent for the Indianola Municipal Utilities in Iowa.  The two talk about the journey of Indianola’s citywide fiber-to-the-home municipal network. While initially … Continue reading "A Success Story in Indianola, Iowa- Episode 481 of the Community Broadband Bits Podcast"

9 de nov.

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On this week’s episode of the Community Broadband Bits Podcast, host Christopher Mitchell is joined by Danny Peralta, the Executive Managing Director of The Point in the Bronx, New York which has. The Point has been at the forefront of revitalizing the South Bronx’s Hunts Point neighborhood working to address  environmental issues, increase access to the arts, … Continue reading "Broadband and Beyond in the Bronx – Episode 480 of the Community Broadband Bits Podcast"

2 de nov.

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On this episode of the Community Broadband Bits Podcast, host Christopher Mitchell is joined by Deanne Cuellar, the State Program Director for Older Adult Technology Services (OATS). They explore the history of the digital divide in San Antonio and Cuellar’s role in making the city one of the nation’s leaders in digital inclusion efforts.  The two also … Continue reading "The Fight for Digital Inclusion and Equity in San Antonio – Episode 479 of the Community Broadband Bits Podcast"

26 de out.

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On this episode of the Community Broadband Bits Podcast, host Christopher Mitchell talks fiber with Gary Bolton, CEO and President of the Fiber Broadband Association (FBA) at the Broadband Communities Summit in Houston, TX.  The two discuss a recent fiber optic technician training program that FBA is rolling out, not only to fill expertise gaps and the labor shortage, but also … Continue reading "Let’s Talk Fiber – Episode 478 of the Community Broadband Bits Podcast"

19 de out.

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For episode 14 of our bonus series, “Why NC Broadband Matters,” we’re joined by Amy Huffman, Policy Director at National Digital Inclusion Alliance (NDIA) and Christa Vinson, Program Officer of Rural Broadband and Infrastructure at Local Initiatives Support Corporation (LISC), to talk about the state of digital inclusion across the country.  Vinson updates us on … Continue reading "Tides Are Turning With Digital Inclusion – Bonus Episode 14 of the Community Broadband Bits Podcast"

7 de out.

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On this week’s episode of the Community Broadband Bits Podcast, host Christopher Mitchell is joined by Angela Bennink (Telecommunications Director for Kitsap Public Utility District) and Laura Loe (Executive Director of Share The Cities Community Education & Share The Cities Action Fund) from Washington state.  The group discusses the struggles Public Utility Districts (PUDs) have experienced over … Continue reading "The Long and Winding Road for Publicly Owned Broadband in Washington State – Episode 477 of the Community Broadband Bits Podcast"

5 de out.

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On this episode of the Community Broadband Bits podcast, host Christopher Mitchell is joined by occasional guest host Sean Gonsalves, ILSR’s Senior  Reporter, Editor, and Researcher to take a hard look at our philosophies around competition and telecommunications regulation.  Sean briefly recaps a recent update by ILSR Researcher and Writer Jericho Casper on preemption developments over … Continue reading "The Great Debate Over Telecommunications Competition and Regulation – Episode 476 of the Community Broadband Bits Podcast"

28 de set.

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On this week’s episode of the Community Broadband Bits Podcast, host Christopher Mitchell is joined by Scott Vanderlip, chair of Los Altos Hills Community Fiber, to talk about how he and other Los Altos Hills residents banded together to create a subscriber-owned network. The two discuss the challenges of building a locally-owned network from the ground up. Los … Continue reading "Los Altos Hills Community Fiber: A Story of Community Solutions to Community Empowerment – Episode 475 of the Community Broadband Bits Podcast"

21 de set.

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On this week’s episode of the Community Broadband Bits Podcast, host Christopher Mitchell is joined by Mike Gailey (Mayor of Syracuse), Brody Bovero (City Manager for the City of Syracuse), and Scott Darington (City Manager for the City of Pleasant Grove) to talk about why they decided to work with UTOPIA to connect their communities in Utah.  … Continue reading "A Plan for Better Broadband in Syracuse and Pleasant Grove, Utah – Episode 474 of the Community Broadband Bits Podcast"

14 de set.

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This week, we are spotlighting episode 134 of Building Local Power, an ILSR podcast hosted by our Communication’s Manager, Jess Del Fiasco. On this episode, Jess is joined by the Community Broadband Networks Initiative’s Senior Researcher Ry Marcatillio-McCrack and Senior Reporter, Editor and Researcher Sean Gonsalves to interview Christopher Ali about his new book, Farm Fresh Broadband: The … Continue reading "Rethinking Rural Connectivity with Christopher Ali – Episode 473 of the Community Broadband Bits Podcast"

8 de set.

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On this week’s episode of the Community Broadband Bits Podcast, ILSR’s Senior Reporter, Editor, and Researcher Sean Gonsalves, along with Senior Researcher and Multimedia Producer Maren Machles, chat with Paul Recanzone, the general manager of Beacon Broadband, about Beacon’s plan to build out broadband where no one has before.  Beacon Broadband is a wholly-owned subsidiary … Continue reading "One Cooperative in Oregon Hopes Broadband Will Help Revitalize A Community’s Economy – Episode 472 of the Community Broadband Bits Podcast"

31 de ago.

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On this week’s episode of the Community Broadband Bits Podcast, host Christopher Mitchell is on vacation and the writing team takes over the show to talk about what brought them to the Institute for Local Self-Reliance as well as the communities they’ve spoken to recently.  Sean Gonsalves, ILSR’s Senior  Reporter, Editor, and Researcher, hosts the … Continue reading "The Writing Team Takes Over – Episode 471 of the Community Broadband Bits Podcast"

24 de ago.

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This week on the Community Broadband Bits podcast, Christopher Mitchell is joined by Executive Director of the ConnectMaine Authority, Peggy Schaffer to discuss strategies that might make Maine and other states successful in solving connectivity issues with the $42 billion in broadband funding the new infrastructure plan sets aside to go directly to states. States will … Continue reading "Shifting the Mindset from Scarcity to Abundance: The Infrastructure Bill and Longterm Broadband Solutions – Episode 470 of the Community Broadband Bits Podcast"

17 de ago.

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On this week’s episode of the Community Broadband Bits podcast, Christopher Mitchell and ILSR Senior Reporter, Editor, and Researcher Sean Gonsalves talk about the good, the bad, and the ugly of the bipartisan infrastructure bill that passed the Senate today — the episode was recorded last week, before the vote.   While the bill does not … Continue reading "A Mixed Bag: How The Infrastructure Bill Will Impact Municipal Broadband Networks – Episode 469 of the Community Broadband Bits Podcast"

10 de ago.

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On this week’s episode of the Community Broadband Bits podcast, Christopher Mitchell is joined by Bruce McDougall, Anacortes City Council Member to speak about the journey to build a 21st century infrastructure in this small community in Washington by advocating for a municipally owned and operated fiber optic network.  McDougall talks about the power municipal … Continue reading "How Activism and Community Empowerment Brought Anacortes, Washington 21st Century Broadband – Episode 468 of the Community Broadband Bits Podcast"

28 de jul.

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On this week’s episode of the Community Broadband Bits podcast, Christopher Mitchell is joined by Sascha Meinrath, Palmer Chair in Telecommunications at Pennsylvania State University and Director of X-Labs. The two discuss an exciting collaboration they are working on with Consumer Reports and other allied organizations that crowdsources monthly Internet bills from actual users. The aim … Continue reading "Crowdsourcing Data, Fighting for Competition and Digital Equity – Episode 467 of the Community Broadband Bits Podcast"

20 de jul.

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On this episode of the Community Broadband Bits Podcast, Christopher Mitchell is joined by Matthew Rantanen, Director of Technology for the  Southern California Tribal Chairmen’s Association along with Maren Machles, ILSR Senior Researcher and Multimedia Producer to talk about the first iteration of the Tribal Wireless Bootcamp, which took place from June 30 through July 4. The … Continue reading "Building Connections and Digital Sovereignty at the Tribal Wireless Bootcamp – Episode 466 of the Community Broadband Bits Podcast"

13 de jul.

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This week on the Community Broadband Bits podcast, Christopher Mitchell chats with Sean Gonsalves, ILSR’s Community Broadband Senior Reporter, Editor and Researcher to catch up on some of the most interesting broadband stories in recent weeks. The two begin by discussing a recent story by Jericho Casper, ILSR Researcher and Writer, reporting more than 20 communities in … Continue reading "Recent Developments in Vermont and New Hampshire and the Real Broadband Challenges in America – Episode 465 of the Community Broadband Bits Podcast"

29 de jun.

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On this episode of the Community Broadband Bits podcast, Christopher Mitchell talks with John Windhausen, Executive Director of the Schools, Health, Libraries and Broadband Coalition (SHLB) and Alicja Johnson, SHLB Communication Manager. The non-profit advocates for anchor institutions to be at the table when communities are considering building municipal fiber networks. This is because these institutions are … Continue reading "The Power of Anchor Institutions in Community Connectivity – Episode 464 of the Community Broadband Bits Podcast"

22 de jun.

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This week on the podcast Christopher is joined by Douglas Adams, the CMO of Think Marketing, a firm which handles the marketing operations for the municipal network FairlawnGig in Ohio, Ernie Staten, Director of Public Service for the city of Fairlawn, and Angela Siefer, Executive Director of the National Digital Inclusion Alliance. The topic of the day is … Continue reading "“Pushed Through in the Dark of Night:” Ohio Senate Aims to Ban Municipal Broadband – Episode 463 of the Community Broadband Bits Podcast"

15 de jun.

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Last month, California Governor Gavin Newsom announced a historic, $7 billion plan to increase broadband access across the state. On this episode of the Community Broadband Bits Podcast, host Christopher Mitchell is joined by Ernesto Falcon (Senior Legislative Counsel) and Hayley Tsukayama (Legislative Activist) from the Electronic Frontier Foundation to talk about how the funds will be … Continue reading "Historic Investment in California Broadband – Episode 462 of the Community Broadband Bits Podcast"

1 de jun.

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On this episode of the Community Broadband Bits podcast, Christopher Mitchell is joined by broadband analyst and telehealth advocate, Craig Settles; Dianne Connery, Special Projects Librarian in Pottsboro, Texas; and Adam Echelman, Executive Director of Libraries Without Boarders, to talk about how libraries are the cornerstones of information access for communities across the country.  Libraries have been connecting communities to … Continue reading "How Libraries Continue to Provide Resources in the Digital Age – Episode 461 of the Community Broadband Bits Podcast"

25 de mai.

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On this episode of the Community Broadband Bits podcast, Christopher and ILSR senior reporter and editor, Sean Gonsalves chat with Nate Benson, a reporter with WGRZ in Buffalo, New York, about his approach to reporting on connectivity issues afflicting the Western part of the state.  Benson explains the origins and results of his Fall 2019 investigation into monopoly … Continue reading "Reporting on Broadband Issues in New York – Episode 460 of the Community Broadband Bits Podcast"

19 de mai.

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On this episode of the Community Broadband Bits podcast, Christopher and ILSR senior reporter and editor, Sean Gonsalves chat with Nate Benson, a reporter with WGRZ in Buffalo, New York, about his approach to reporting on connectivity issues afflicting the Western part of the state.  Benson explains the origins and results of his Fall 2019 investigation into monopoly … Continue reading "Reporting on Broadband Issues in New York – Episode 460 of the Community Broadband Bits Podcast"

18 de mai.

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A couple of months ago we wrote about the city of Tucson’s efforts to bridge the digital divide by building a wireless citywide network. On this episode of the podcast, Christopher talks with Collin Boyce, the city’s Chief Information Officer, to hear more about how the effort started, what they’ve learned along the way, and the impact … Continue reading "Building a Citizen-Centered, Smart City Public Network in Tucson – Episode 459 of the Community Broadband Bits Podcast"

11 de mai.

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For the twelfth episode of our bonus series, “Why NC Broadband Matters,” we’re joined by Doug Dawson (Owner and President of CCG Consulting), Catharine Rice (Project Director for the Coalition for Local Internet Choice) and Gene Scott (General Manager of the Outside Service Plant for the Greenlight Network) to talk about the wave of new federal dollars reaching … Continue reading "North Carolina Broadband and the Influx of Federal Dollars – Bonus Episode 13 of the Community Broadband Bits Podcast"

6 de mai.

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On this episode of the Community Broadband Bits Podcast, Christopher is joined by ILSR’s senior editor and reporter, Sean Gonsalves, Doug Seacat, Owner of Deeply Digital and Clearnetworx, and Casey Irving, Director of Business Development, about bringing world-class connectivity to households in and around the city of Ridgeway, Colorado.  Around five years ago, Clearnetworx won a Colorado broadband fund grant … Continue reading "Lessons Learned in Local Broadband Grants, and the Value of Perseverance – Episode 458 of the Community Broadband Bits Podcast"

4 de mai.

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This week on the podcast, Christopher is joined by two representatives from Conway Corp, a municipal utility in Conway, Arkansas to hear about their commitment to providing high quality Internet access to residents over the last four decades. CEO Bret Carroll and Chief Technology Officer Jason Hansen dive into the rich history of Conway Corp, starting … Continue reading "How Broadband Became a Municipal Utility in Conway, Arkansas – Episode 457 of the Community Broadband Bits Podcast"

27 de abr.

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This week on the podcast, we’re joined by two representatives from Minnesota based CTC, a firm that started as a telephone cooperative and has become one of the most aggressive fiber network builders in greater Minnesota. CTC partners with electric cooperatives and communities to undertake internet infrastructure projects around the state. CEO and General Manager, Kristi Westbrock, and Director of … Continue reading "Relationships Are Key: Partnering to Connect Minnesota – Episode 456 of the Community Broadband Bits Podcast"

20 de abr.

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In this episode, we’re joined by Jonathan Chambers, a partner at connects at Connexon. Connexon has helped rural electric cooperatives build fiber to the home networks since its founding five years ago. Christopher and Jonathan talk about ideas for how to improve structuring rural broadband subsidies in a way that takes advantage of fiber infrastructure’s long … Continue reading "Speed Vs. Longevity: Rethinking How We Fund Rural Broadband – Episode 455 of the Community Broadband Bits Podcast"

13 de abr.

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One component of the recently passed Consolidated Appropriations Act of 2021 was the Emergency Broadband Benefit, a $3.2 billion program designed to get families connected to available service that they otherwise might not be able to afford. The program provides a subsidy of up to $50/month (or $75 on tribal lands) for broadband service as well as up … Continue reading "Advantages and Potential Pitfalls of the Emergency Broadband Benefit – Episode 454 of the Community Broadband Bits Podcast"

6 de abr.

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This week on the podcast, Christopher talks with Belle Ryder, Orono, Maine Assistant Manager and President of the nonprofit OTO Fiber Corporation. The towns of Orono and nearby Old Town began their search for better broadband more than 10 years ago, and have overcome an array of challenges in bringing a pilot project to justify future-proof … Continue reading "Resiliency in a Decade-Long Fight to Get Better Broadband – Episode 453 of the Community Broadband Bits Podcast"

1 de abr.

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This week on the podcast, Christopher speaks with Julie Bushell, President of Paige Wireless and Co-chair of Federal Communication Commission’s (FCC) Precision Ag Connectivity Task Force. Christopher and Julie talk about the importance of reliable, symmetrical wireless data connections so farmers can deploy devices on farms which communicate across Long Range Wide Area Network (LoRaWAN) protocols to bring … Continue reading "Chirping Soil and Autonomous Tractors: Connecting Agriculture in Nebraska – Episode 452 of the Community Broadband Bits Podcast"

23 de mar.

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This week on the podcast, Christopher talks with Travis Carter (CEO, US Internet), Deb Socia (President/CEO, The Enterprise Center), and Brian Worthen (President, Visionary Communications and CEO, Mammoth Networks) to talk about overbuilding.  The group discusses the importance of reclaiming the term as what it really is: plain old competition. They discuss the economics of building … Continue reading "Overbuilding and the Value of Real Competition – Episode 451 of the Community Broadband Bits Podcast"

16 de mar.

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This week on the podcast we’re joined by Berin Szoka, President of TechFreedom, to talk about the pressing broadband issues of today and tomorrow. Christopher and Berin share what they see as the biggest barriers to universal, high-quality Internet access today, including the jurisdictional issues facing communities large and small, as well as the regulatory solutions which … Continue reading "From Broadband Barriers to Section 230 – Episode 450 of the Community Broadband Bits Podcast"

9 de mar.

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We don’t often get to spend a whole episode diving into the earliest work that communities do to set the foundation for progress in expanding high-quality broadband access down the road, but that’s what we’re talking about today. This week on the podcast Christopher is joined by Pierrette Renée Dagg, Director of Marketing and Communications … Continue reading "Building a Network to Build a Network in Southwest Michigan – Episode 449 of the Community Broadband Bits Podcast"

2 de mar.

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For the twelfth episode of our bonus series, “Why NC Broadband Matters,” we’re joined by North Carolina League of Municipalities Chief Legislative Council Erin Wynia to talk about Internet access in the state a full year into the COVID 19 pandemic, and the access gaps experienced in towns across the eastern part of the state. Erin shares … Continue reading "North Carolina’s Broadband Preemption Law Means Leaving Money on the Table – Bonus Episode 12 of the Community Broadband Bits Podcast"

23 de fev.

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The conclusion of the RDOF auction was met with a good deal of drama and uncertainty, leaving many of us working after the fact to understand the policy and practical impacts of its outcomes. This week on the podcast Christopher talks with Jonathan Chambers, a partner at Conexon, a network solutions provider for electric cooperatives … Continue reading "“This Isn’t a Game:” The RDOF Auction, Unforced Errors, and Getting Infrastructure Funding Right – Episode 448 of the Community Broadband Bits Podcast"

16 de fev.

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This week on the podcast Christopher talks with Anza Electric Cooperative General Manager Kevin Short, and Network Administrator Sean Trento. Anza Electric stretches across 550 square miles in Southern California between San Diego and Palm Springs, sandwiched between the Salton Sea and the San Jacinto Mountains. About 6 years ago they initiated a vote to see whether … Continue reading "“Fiber from the Sea to the Mountaintop” with Anza Electric Cooperative – Community Broadband Bits Episode 447"

9 de fev.

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This week on the podcast we’re catching up with what’s been happening in Le Sueur County (pop. 28,000) in southern Minnesota, and path they’re on to turn the region from one of the least connected in the Land of Ten Thousand Lakes to one on track to becoming among the most connected in the next couple of … Continue reading "Partnerships Bring Better Broadband to Le Sueur County, Minnesota – Episode 446 of the Community Broadband Bits Podcast"

2 de fev.

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2020 was a year of explosive growth for what is now UTOPIA Fiber’s 15-city footprint, fueled by unprecedented demand. The network buried 1.7 million feet of conduit and 1.4 million feet of fiber cabling, driven by 10,000 new residential installations and over 500 new business connections. This week on the podcast Christopher is joined by CEO and … Continue reading "Wrapping Up a Landmark Year for the UTOPIA Fiber Network – Episode 445 of the Community Broadband Bits Podcast"

26 de jan.

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This week on the podcast, Christopher talks with Larry Thompson, CEO of Vantage Point Solutions, a South Dakota-based company which provides engineering, consulting and regulatory services for ISPs of all sizes. The two talk about how the variety of subsidy and grant programs we’ve built to get broadband out into rural areas and make sure folks … Continue reading "Reforming Rural Funding Structures for a Better Broadband Tomorrow – Episode 444 of the Community Broadband Podcast"

19 de jan.

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The Front Range in Colorado has been a hotbed of activity recently, and just before Christmas we wrote about how Fort Collins, Estes Park, and Loveland are all pursuing projects to bring better connectivity to residents in the region. This week on the podcast, Christopher talks with Fiber Manager Brieana Reed-Harmel andMarketing and Communications Manager … Continue reading "Loveland Pulse Races Ahead – Episode 443 of the Community Broadband Bits Podcast"

12 de jan.

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In August we first covered the National Digital Inclusion Alliance’s new Digital Navigator’s program, which provides a best-practices model for organizations looking to use local resources to help neighbors learn the skills and overcome their reluctance to getting online. This week on the podcast Christopher welcomes Paolo Balboa, Program Manager at the National Digital Inclusion Alliance … Continue reading "Finding Our Way with the Help of Digital Navigators – Episode 442 of the Community Broadband Bits Podcast"

5 de jan.

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2020 is nearly over, and it’s that time of the year we sit back with a cold glass of eggnog and reflect on what was, what is, what might have been, and what will be. In this episode the Community Broadband Bits podcast the MuniNetworks team cranks up Zoom for the zillionth time this month to … Continue reading "Predictions for 2021, Year in Review for 2020 – Episode 441 of the Community Broadband Bits Podcast"

dez. de 2020

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For the tenth episode of our special podcast series “Why NC Broadband Matters,” we’re talking about the innovative Building a New Digital Economic (BAND-NC) grant program, which provides funds to support devices, subscriptions, and digital skills training to communities across North Carolina. The program disbursed its first round of money to 29 projects across 39 … Continue reading "Building Digitally Equitable Communities – Bonus Episode Ten of the Community Broadband Bits Podcast"

dez. de 2020

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We’ve written a lot about RS Fiber, a broadband cooperative operating in two rural counties in south-central Minnesota. This week on the podcast Christopher talks with two representatives from the cooperative which serves almost three thousand members in Renville and Sibley counties. Our first guest is Jake Reiki, a corn and soybean farmer and Board Chair for … Continue reading "The Truth is in the Numbers: How RS Fiber Brings Broadband to the Farms and Families of Rural Minnesota – Episode 440 of the Community Broadband Bits Podcast"

dez. de 2020

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This week on the podcast Christopher talks with Michelle Barber and Andre Lortz. Both serve on the Kaysville City Council and are members of the group Citizens for Kaysville Fiber, but today they join us to talk as regular citizens of the city of 30,000 in Utah. Kaysville has been working to improve Internet access … Continue reading "Organizing for Change in Kaysville, Utah – Episode 439 of the Community Broadband Bits Podcast"

dez. de 2020

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