Greenup County Schools in Kentucky Launch Unique Program to Help Students, Local Families

Published on: January 28, 2011

Bowling Green, KY. (January 28, 2011) – Computer recipient Mary Alfrey learns more about her new machine from Greenup County Schools Chief Information Officer Tony Carr. Greenup County High School students are refurbishing older computers from the school system, which will be donated to deserving families. Greenup County students are getting a unique chance to give back to their community while …

Broadband Platforms Vary Greatly By State

Published on: January 25, 2011

(January 25, 2011) – At Connected Nation, we spend a great deal of time analyzing the large amount of data we collect on a daily basis. The importance of data collection and research as the foundation for effective programs to drive broadband deployment and adoption just can’t be overstated. Last week we described how broadband speed availability can differ greatly …

ConnectKentucky’s Computers 4 Kids Program Facilitates Computer Refurbishment, Donation in Greenup County

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In Greenup County, students lead the way for 150 families to soon receive computers, printers, thanks to Greenup County Schools, Rep. Tanya Pullin, AT&T-Kentucky, ConnectKentucky Greenup, KY. (January 25, 2011)— Greenup County students are getting a unique chance to give back to their community while learning valuable IT job skills. Today, ConnectKentucky’s Computers 4 Kids program announced that 150 refurbished …

Connected Nation Joins Lineup at the Super WiFi Summit

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Connected Nation will join the nation’s leading wireless companies and trade associations at the Super WiFi Summit, taking place February 2-4, 2011. (January 25, 2011) – The Super WiFi Summit represents the next evolution in the wireless experience. The opening of white space for Super WiFi will create new business opportunities and greater mobility for consumers and enterprises. The Super …

Connected Nation Joins Lineup at the Super WiFi Summit

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Bowling Green, KY. (January 25, 2011) – Connected Nation will join the nation’s leading wireless companies and trade associations at the Super WiFi Summit, taking place February 2-4, 2011.     The Super WiFi Summit, represents the next evolution in the wireless experience. The opening of white space for Super WiFi will create new business opportunities and greater mobility for consumers …

Rebuilding Computers for Others Without One

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From WSAZ-TV: Greenup County, KY. (January 25, 2011) – (WSAZ) — Providing technology to elementary school children while teaching high school students how to build computers — it’s a program that’s making that possible…“I’m so grateful to ConnectKentucky, AT&T and Lexmark for their generosity,” said Tanya Pullin, D-South Shore…. Link to entire article and video

What are the Best Places to Work in Kentucky?

Published on: January 21, 2011

By Hayley Harmon/WBKO-TV: Bowling Green, KY. (January 21, 2011) – One Bowling Green business just grabbed a coveted award, earning itself a spot on the list of “Best Places to Work in Kentucky.” Connected Nation, located on College Street downtown, is a non-profit organization whose mission is to get broadband Internet to rural regions. View the entire article and video

Significance of Broadband is Examined at the 2011 MMTC Broadband and Social Justice Summit

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By Wil Payton, Communications Specialist, Connected Nation Washington, DC. (January 21, 2011) – A diverse group of technology experts, policymakers, educators, providers, community activists, and interested consumers came together Thursday to attend the Minority Media and Telecommunications Council’s annual Broadband and Social Justice Summit in Washington, D.C. The purpose for the summit was to stimulate an open and honest discussion about …

State Broadband Inventories and FCC Estimates

Published on: January 20, 2011

By Sarah Graham, Communications Specialist, Connected Nation (January 20, 2011) – With the national broadband map on its way for release next month, a wealth of never-before gathered information on the state of broadband in America will be open for discussion. Speed data, we believe, will be particularly important to examine. The FCC estimates that 95% of national households have …

Broadband Mapping Key to Informing the USF Debate

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By Raquel Noriega, Director Public Policy, Connected Nation Legislating Broadband Policy panel at the 2011 State of Net Conference featuring John Branscome, Senate Transportation & Commerce Committee; Roger Sherman, House Committee on Energy & Commerce; Brian Hendricks, Senate Transportation , Science & Commerce Committee; Neil Fried, Energy & Commerce Committee; and Kim Hart, Politico Reporter and Moderator. Bowling Green, KY. …