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FEB

15

Schools, Health and Libraries Broadband...

With an open, competitive, and coordinated effort, it would cost $13 billion to $19 billion to connect all unserved schools, libraries, health providers, community colleges, and other anchor institutions (outside of Alaska) to fiber. That’s the estimate CTC developed in its study for the Schools, Health and Libraries Broadband (SHLB) Coalition—part of an effort to develop a concrete strategy for addressing the rural digital divide. The cost estimate takes into consideration the different infrastructure requirements posed by the county’s various geographies …

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JAN

31

CTC President Joanne Hovis Testifies Before...

CTC's president, Joanne Hovis, testified yesterday before a House subcommittee about the critical importance of local participation in broadband planning. She noted …

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DEC

19

New Mexico Broadband Program Publishes...

This document is the result of the New Mexico Broadband Program’s request for CTC to create an actionable roadmap that …

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DEC

05

The Holiday Season Brings More Great Broadband...

Lexington Mayor Jim Gray recently announced that the City has secured significant new fiber broadband investment and will soon be …

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NOV

22

CTC Named to Top 100 Companies List

Broadband Communities Magazine has yet again named CTC to its annual Fiber-To-The-Home Top 100 List of companies. The list commends various types …

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Published:Thursday, February 15, 2018