Emerging Broadband-Related Issues
This tiny legal tweak could change the way you watch TV and get online
The Federal Communications Commission is proposing a tweak to the nation's TV rules, suggesting that new online video providers be treated just like the country's traditional cable and satellite TV companies. That means companies offering live television over the Internet -- such as the now-shuttered Aereo -- would be given the same privileges (and requirements) that apply to companies such as Comcast or Time Warner Cable.
Tribal Mobility Fund Phase I Support Authorized for Eleven Winning Bids
On December 19, 2014, the Federal Communications Commission issued a public notice authorizing Tribal Mobility Fund Phase I support for eleven winning bids.
Vermont connects broadband library network
Representatives from the Vermont Department of Libraries, the Vermont Telecommunications Authority and Sovernet Communications gathered to announce the completion of the project that provides broadband to 43 libraries from Pownal and Vernon to Montpelier and Plainfield.