The System Critical in the Expansion of Broadband Infrastructure Across the Nation

Bowling Green, KY (March 11, 2019) – As the globe gets increasingly connected with broadband technology and more and more people realize the benefits that come with it, it seems apt to detail a key system helping to bring about that expansion.  It’s a system that works behind-the-scenes in many ways to drive decisions across essentially every industry where a geospatial, …

Kentucky Company Names Former FCC Commissioner to its Board

Louisville, Ky. (March 6, 2019) – Former Federal Communications Commissioner Mignon Clyburn has been named to the board of the Kentucky-based company Charah Solutions. Cyburn resigned from the FCC in  2018 after nearly 10 years of service with the Commission. While at the FCC, she was committed to closing the Digital Divide and championed the modernization of the agency’s Lifeline Program, …

FCC Offers More Funds for Faster High-Speed Broadband in Rural America

The following is a press release from the Federal Communications Commission It was issued on February 25, 2019 WASHINGTON, February 25, 2019—The Federal Communications Commission today offered an additional $67 million in annual support to certain rural broadband providers that could bring improved service to nearly 110,000 homes and businesses in rural communities across 43 states.  Carriers that accept the …

A Conversation with the Founder of Black Girls Code

The following is a transcript from Broadband Conversation – a podcast hosted by FCC Commissioner Jessica Rosenworcel.  She talked with Kimberly Bryant, the founder of Black Girls Code, on October 31, 2018.  Bryant and Rosenwercel discussed “how we can encourage more girls, especially girls of color, to be interested in technology and how through that work we can help close the …