New NTIA broadband map highlights digital divide
The National Telecommunications and Information Administration's new map shows the broadband shortages in areas like tribal lands and minority-serving institutions.
FCC leader shares 'cautious optimism' for broadband expansion in schools
FCC Acting Chair Jessica Rosenworcel told Maryland educators and administrators she's confident about expanding connectivity for K-12 students who are gradually returning to classrooms.
Will Jessica Rosenworcel make the FCC's $20 billion broadband auction fair?
Experts are worried that the FCC already mishandled its $20.4 billion broadband auction, but the agency's new chairwoman, Jessica Rosenworcel, could fix it.
FCC adopts new broadband data mapping rules
The Federal Communications Commission adopted new rules designed to improve mapping accuracy and verify the data coming from providers.
FCC shouldn't delay broadband upgrades for better data, industry tells lawmakers
One industry group says broadband expansion projects should go ahead in parallel with changes to the FCC's data-collection process, not after.
FCC's 2020 broadband report touts progress, but analysts say agency 'failed America'
The FCC's 2020 Broadband Deployment report shows increases in connectivity across the board, but critics point out that the analysis is based on inaccurate data and that a digital divide persists.
FCC shares disbursement strategy for $20B rural-broadband fund
Considering its unreliable coverage maps, the FCC says it will first fund projects where it's confident broadband service is absent, then use new data to fill the gaps.
To challenge FCC’s bad broadband maps, groups demand a regular process
The Federal Communications Commission now faces a slew of legislation that seeks to regulate its broadband data-collection and mapping processes.
North Carolina looks to challenge FCC over broadband coverage
The state's IT department is making improvements to a speed-test tool in hopes of contesting the FCC's maps of broadband availability.