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White House releases plans to deliver broadband opportunity

In response to the Broadband Opportunity Council’s recommendations, the White House released a list of actions the federal government will implement over the next 18 months to expand broadband deployment and adoption. Read More »

NY Public Service Commission voices concern about Verizon’s landline service

The high number of complaints against the company, along with major public outcry across the state, led the NYPSC Chair to question the accuracy of Verizon’s reporting -- and the quality of Verizon’s service. Read More »

CenturyLink plans gigabit service in six more states

CenturyLink announced plans to expand its 1 Gbps Internet service in parts of six more states, aiming to provide the service to more than 700,000 households by the end of 2015. Read More »

Altice buys Cablevision for $18 billion

Amsterdam-based Altice will pay $34.90 per share – an equity value of $9.6 billion and roughly $17.7 billion including the company’s debt – for Cablevision, and, if approved, the acquisition would create the fourth largest cable operator in the United States. Read More »

Verizon is “weaseling out” of NJ commitment, leaving poor regions behind

Verizon is reneging on its commitment to bring its all-fiber FiOS network to New Jersey’s poorest cities, according to the mayors of Newark and Jersey City. Read More »

Mass. mayors urge Verizon to build out FiOS

Two Massachusetts mayors have sent letters to Verizon urging the company to bring FiOS service to their communities. Read More »

Digital ad spending will surpass video ad spending by 2017

A long-time media analyst predicts that online ad spending will surpass video in the next two years as consumers shift their viewing habits away from traditional cable TV services. Read More »

Google explores bringing fiber service to three new cities

Google is exploring the possibility of bringing its Google Fiber service to Irvine, CA.; Louisville, KY.; and San Diego, CA. Read More »

California Public Utilities Commission to examine Verizon, AT&T landline networks

Citing instances of substandard service quality, the CPUC voted to examine the condition of AT&T and Verizon copper networks in the state. Read More »

AT&T to expand gigabit service to seven more metro areas

AT&T plans to expand its U-verse with GigaPower to more than 24 cities in seven major metro areas. The service can provide Internet speeds up to 1 gigabit per second, and is available in a growing number of areas across the country since 2013. Read More »

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