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NTIA is gearing up to distribute $65 billion of infrastructure funding for broadband deployment and adoption efforts, and everyone has an opinion on whether or not certain technologies or projects should be prioritized during the process. Down in the City of East St. Louis, a public battle is heating up as streaming providers fight back against claims from Illinois municipalities that they should be treated the same as other video providers.

NTIA Hears What Should Receive Infrastructure Dollars
NTIA was flooded with comments Friday on the implementation of the broadband programs that will distribute $65 billion to support broadband deployment and adoption efforts. Read More »

ACAC Says New Rules Helped, But Retrans Needs Work
ACA Connects never misses an opportunity to tell the FCC that it believes the retransmission consent market is broken. Read More »

Courts Debate Whether Streamers Are Video Providers
The courts are hearing several cases that test the waters on whether streamers can be classified as video providers. It’s a potentially expensive question since local governments charge video service providers an annual fee for compensation for using public property. Read More »

T-Mobile Fixed Wireless Beats Expectations
T-Mobile may be known for its mobile products and magenta mantras, but its home broadband initiatives are picking up steam. Read More »

Sohn Confirmation Vote Nixed, Another Hearing to Come
A senate official confirmed to CFX late Tuesday that there will not be a Senate Commerce vote on Gigi Sohn’s nomination to the FCC tomorrow. Read More »

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