How Connected Nation Texas is helping connect rural communities across the state

Austin, TX (December 10, 2020) – Connected Nation Texas (CN Texas) is working with local communities across the state to collect input from residents, businesses, community organizations, educators, healthcare providers, and others in an effort to develop Technology Action Plans through the Connected Community Engagement Program. “When Connected Nation Texas started working directly with rural communities through our Connected program …

Milam County Broadband Committee Seeks Your Input to Improve Internet Access and Speeds Across County

Milam County, TX (December 8, 2020) – The Milam County Broadband Committee just launched a new initiative to help expand and improve high-speed internet access for all county residents, businesses, schools, healthcare facilities, and community organizations across the county.  “This year has proven difficult for all of us but especially so for those in our community who do not have adequate …

Sen. Perry: “Covid-19 closures have shown us, now more than ever, online communication is critical for businesses, families, schools, and vulnerable populations”

“Many of the counties I represent do not have a hospital or even a doctor, and broadband can help bridge the healthcare gap these rural residents face.“ Connected Nation Texas recently asked Sen. Charles Perry (R-Lubbock) and other lawmakers to share their thoughts on why expanding high-speed internet (broadband) to more Texas homes, businesses, and communities is important and explain …

Your Input Needed to Improve Internet Access and Speeds Across San Augustine County

San Augustine County, TX (October 27, 2020) – The San Augustine County Broadband Committee, in partnership with Connected Nation Texas (CN Texas), is asking for your input as the Committee develops a Technology Action Plan for the entire county. The plan will provide immediate and long-term solutions for expanding access to high-speed internet (broadband). The plan will be shaped by …

New Study Takes Look at County Internet Connection

The following story was published by The Teague Chronicle on August 27, 2020. With a number of students across Freestone County choosing to learn remotely in the 2020-21 school year, the need for functioning technology and connectivity becomes more important than ever. The county’s internet service speeds are at the forefront for those students learning from home, as well as …