Statement from Connected Nation Chairman and CEO Thomas W. Ferree on the Biden Administration’s Efforts to Reduce Broadband Costs

Washington, DC. (May 9, 2022) – Thomas W. Ferree, Chairman & CEO of Connected Nation, released the following statement regarding the Biden Administration’s announcement today regarding their efforts to make broadband more affordable for millions of Americans: “Today, President Biden and Vice President Harris announced commitments from the nation’s 20 leading service providers to make high-speed, high-quality internet plans available for …

This is what’s changing – and what isn’t – about the Emergency Broadband Benefit as it becomes the Affordable Connectivity Program

Discounts on internet service will decrease for most, but the hope is more low-income households will enroll Bowling Green, Kentucky (February 9, 2022) – The new, federal broadband discount program might prove that “less really is more” as it lowers individual household internet discounts but seeks to register even more people in need. The Emergency Broadband Benefit (EBB) program was …

How a unique partnership is closing the Digital Divide in Jersey City’s public housing developments – one resident at a time

And the federal program that’s amplifying the impact by lowering internet cost for families   Bowling Green, KY (February 4, 2022) – Jersey City Housing Authority (JCHA), Mayor Steven M. Fulop, and New Jersey based internet service provider, Andrena, are leading the way to expand broadband access to public housing residents within Jersey City. The three have embarked on an …