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At last, the FCC will unveil a pre-production draft of the new broadband availability maps Thursday, helping clear the future of how federal funds are distributed. The news was welcomed by NTIA as it works to move forward with the BEAD program, with administrator Alan Davidson emphasizing a critical period through Jan. 13 for eligible entities to help with potential corrections. Starry is also looking for assistance as it navigates turbulent waters. The company has undergone big cost-saving measures already, but that may not be enough.

FCC Drops Release Date for Revitalized Broadband Maps
The most wonderful time of the year is starting a little early for those in broadband regulatory circles. The FCC will release a pre-production draft of its new broadband availability maps on Nov. 18, a long-awaited event for lawmakers with eyes on the agency. Read More »
Starry Looks for Savior Amid Money Woes
Starry is in survival mode and its efforts to cut costs won’t be enough to save the company if it doesn’t get help fast. Read More »
Media Weighs Down Disney Streaming Wins
Disney keeps welcoming more subscribers into its streaming castle, but declines across its media divisions are pulling the stock down. Read More »
Effros: Back To The Future
Since the midterm election is now over, despite us not knowing the exact makeup of the next Congress yet, it might be useful to review what it might mean for telecommunications policy. Read More »
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