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FCC map illustrates connections between broadband and health

The interactive map, which provides a high-level overview of the current state of affairs at the intersection of broadband, connectivity, and health, is already showing some interesting findings, including relationships between illness and information. Read More »

Study: 360,000 new broadband subscriptions in 2Q 2015

A Leichtman Research Group study found that in the second quarter of 2015 the country’s largest cable and telephone companies added 360,000 new high-speed Internet subscriptions. The total broadband subscriptions is now almost 88.9 million. Read More »

Pew study: Internet use gaps remain

A Pew Research Center study on American Internet adoption since 2000 found that although differences in adoption have closed, gaps still remain. Read More »

Consumer spending on digital content will continue increasing

A new report projects consumer spending on broadband and digital content to top more than $220 billion by the end of this year. Read More »

Netflix increases its share of Internet traffic to 37%

Netflix now accounts for 37 percent of total Internet traffic. It's taking over the Internet. Read More »

More than 1 million new broadband subscribers added in 2015

The country's largest cable and telephone companies gained almost 1.2 million new high-speed Internet subscribers in the first quarter of 2015. Read More »

Poverty worsens age-based digital disparity

A study published at the Benton Foundation finds a strong relationship between age, Internet use, and socioeconomic status. Read More »

Pew study details “homework gap”

A recent study from the Pew Research Center found that roughly 1/3 of low-income households with children do not have access to high-speed Internet. Read More »

Internet speeds at US libraries reveals good and bad news

According to a new ALA report, libraries have generally increased broadband speeds but "just 2 percent of all libraries meet national benchmarks established by the FCC." Read More »

FCC Report: Cable subscriptions decrease as prices rise

Last week the Federal Communications Commission released its annual report on video competition. The report highlighted some fascinating developments. Read More »

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