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Online Video Protections Needed in Comcast-NBCU Merger

Online video rights have emerged as a focal point in the Department of Justice's review of the proposed Comcast-NBCU merger. Read More »

FCC’s Call to Clarify Broadband Issues Will Move Build-out Forward

The Federal Communications Commission has productively pushed for a resolution of the confused "net neutrality" debate which has stalled our national build-out and caused the digital divide to deepen. The United States must catch up with the rest of the world in terms of broadband build-out and access to 21st century communications. Take action on this issue at http://action.cwa-union.org/action/bring-broadband-home Read More »

Just What the Doctor Ordered: Expanded Rural Broadband

A recent story from NPR put a human face on the Federal Communications Commission's rural broadband healthcare initiative and underlines why universal high-speed Internet is an important FCC priority. Read More »

Broadband Expansion Tops UN Development Agenda

Broadband development will be near the top of the agenda when the United Nations General Assembly convenes on September 20. Read More »

CWAers to Build Broadband ‘Anchor Network’ in California

CWA Local 9400 will gain new jobs and new members thanks to a broadband grant awarded to a union company in California. Read More »

Pew: Two-Thirds of Americans Access Broadband at Home

A new report from Pew -- Home Broadband 2010 -- found that African-Americans experienced a 22 percent year-over-year increase in broadband adoption. Read More »

FCC: Actual Broadband Speeds Lag Behind Advertised Speeds

A new FCC report uncovers a large gap between advertised broadband speeds and what Americans actually experience at home. Read More »

The Benefits of Broadband

We have just released the 2010 edition of the Benefits of Broadband--a compilation of fact sheets that details the benefits of affordable, high-speed Internet for all Americans. Read More »

Why Bandwidth Matters

The United States' position in the global economy is dependent on our commitment to improving our broadband infrastructure and increasing bandwidth. Read More »

Senate Unanimously Approves Historic Accessibility Legislation

The Senate unanimously passed legislation to improve access to the Internet and other digital technologies for disabled Americans on August 5. Read More »

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