The Hill Country of Texas: How three counties are coming together to become ‘Connected Communities’

Blanco, Burnet and Llano Counties, Texas (September 13, 2021) –  The Texas Hill Country is comprised of picturesque communities tucked inside the rural countryside of Central and South Texas. It is a part of Texas that struggles with access to broadband internet — however, that is about to change. A technology action plan developed by Connected Nation Texas (CN Texas) …

Straight Talk Texas: A Conversation about the Digital Divide in Rural Texas

Published by Texas 2036 on April 15, 2020. Listen in as Texas 2036 President Margaret Spellings talks with Wynn Rosser, Ph.D, who is President and CEO of the T.L.L. Temple Foundation, a member of the Texas Rural Funders Collaborative and a key funder of Connected Texas. Living in Lufkin, Texas, and Texas 2036 is honored to have Wynn serve on our board. As the T.L.L. Temple …

Anderson County Takes Action to Expand High-Speed Internet Access to All Families, Businesses, Organizations

Anderson County, TX (March 12, 2020) – The Anderson County Broadband Committee, in partnership with Connected Nation Texas (CN Texas), today launched a new effort to connect more families, businesses, farmers, and community organizations to broadband (high-speed internet). “We are excited that Anderson County has been selected among the communities in Texas to work with Connected Nation Texas to leverage …