Blogs

Analysis

A Vision for the 2020s: Access to Broadband in the Next Decade

Jonathan Sallet
Jonathan Sallet

American democracy, like any democracy, requires the freedom to speak. But American democracy has always recognized the corollary: the strength of speech rests on access to communications networks. From the Post Office, to the telegraph, the telephone, and broadband, governmental action of various stripes has helped connect Americans to each other.

July 23-27, 2018
Weekly Digest

Nine Months Late, an FCC Oversight Hearing

 You’re reading the Benton Foundation’s Weekly Round-up, a recap of the biggest (or most overlooked) telecommunications stories of the week. The round-up is delivered via e-mail each Friday.

Round-Up for the Week of July 23-27, 2018

Weekly Digest

Is AT&T/Time Warner a Bad Deal? Or Getting a Bad Deal?

Robbie McBeath
McBeath

You’re reading the Benton Foundation’s Weekly Round-up, a recap of the biggest (or most overlooked) telecommunications stories of the week. The round-up is delivered via e-mail each Friday.

Round-Up for the Week of November 4-10, 2017

August 13-17, 2018
Weekly Digest

FCC Oversight and Overlooks

 You’re reading the Benton Foundation’s Weekly Round-up, a recap of the biggest (or most overlooked) telecommunications stories of the week. The round-up is delivered via e-mail each Friday.

Round-Up for the Week of August 13-17, 2018

Benton Editorial
Op-ed

In Telehealth, Marketing Works

Craig Settles
    Settles

Effective, well thought-out, multi-faceted marketing can make your community broadband network more money and can cost less than sales teams alone. When Marketing work in conjunction with Sales, the network does better financially in the short- and long-term. Let’s use telehealth as an example.