Michigan State University gets $10.5 million to expand statewide broadband
The National Telecommunications and Information Administration has awarded $10.5 million to Michigan State University and Merit Network.
Wait on FCC maps hangs over new broadband program
NTIA Administrator Alan Davidson faced senators' questions on the infrastructure law's $45 billion broadband grant program.
Four states to expand broadband with pandemic relief infrastructure fund
Louisiana, New Hampshire, Virginia and West Virginia are the first four states tapping the American Rescue Plan to expand internet service.
New York City's internet master plan is on hold
The 2020 plan to provide internet access to more than 1.5 million underserved New Yorkers is under review by Mayor Eric Adams' administration.
34 states and territories have already signed up for the $45B broadband fund
Nearly two-thirds of states and territories signaled their intention to apply for the broadband fund within a week of the program's launch.
States gear up for federal broadband funding
On the Priorities Podcast, North Carolina broadband official Nate Denny explains his approach to new federal funding for high-speed internet.
Biden administration sets guidelines for $45B in new 'BEAD' broadband program
The NTIA published guidance and a timeline for BEAD, a major broadband grant program in last year's infrastructure law.
Delaware IT agency adds administration and broadband officials
State CIO Jason Clarke added a chief of administration and a broadband grants manager to the state Department of Technology and Innovation.
California releases draft maps, plan for statewide broadband network
California officials released maps and recommendations for construction of a $3.25 billion statewide broadband network.