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2010 CWA Convention

Julius Genachowski speaks at the 2010 CWA Convention.

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2010 CWA Legislative-Political Conference - Margrete Strand

Margrete Strand, Deputy Director of the BlueGreen Alliance, addresses the 2010 CWA Legislative-Political Conference.

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Networking the Green Economy

We can expand economic opportunity, save the planet and create jobs - all at the same time.

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2009 Speed Matters Speed Test Report

Executive Vice President Annie Hill discusses the 2009 Speed Matters Speed Test Report and the importance of high speed affordable Internet access for America.

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Joe Biden

Vice President Joe Biden discusses the importance of broadband to America at CWA's 2009 Convention and Legislative-Political Conference.

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Frank Matthews

Frank Matthews discusses the importance of mapping for broadband development in Ohio.

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Speed Matters for Family Farms

Learn about the importance of high speed Internet to family farms.

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Distance Learning

Short video describing the importance of high-speed Internet for distance learning.

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Larry Cohen speaks at the 2010 Internet Speed Report Launch

The results of this fourth annual Speed Matters survey of Internet speeds show that the U.S. has not made significant improvement in the speeds at which residents connect to the Internet. The median download speed for the nation was 3.0 megabits per second (mbps) and the average upload speed was 595 kilobytes per second (kbps). This was only on half of a megabit per second increase (from 2.5 mbps to 3.0 mbps) since last year. At this rate, it will take the United States 60 years to catch up with current Internet speeds in South Korea. And when compared to the rest of the world, the U.S. ranks 25th in average Internet connection speeds. Click here to read the full report and check out how your state stacks up.

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