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Broadband Maps are Coming
Thursday marked the deadline for all facilities-based providers of fixed and mobile internet to submit their broadband data to the FCC as the agency gears up for a comprehensive overhaul of its broadband data mapping and collection process.
Keep Those Broadband Labels Simple
When it comes to creating uniform broadband “nutrition labels,” a one-size-fits-all approach could be challenging. The Infrastructure Investment and Jobs Act passed by Congress late last year directs the FCC to adopt rules requiring broadband providers to display consumer broadband labels.
Just Released: Cablefax Top Ops Magazine
Cablefax is proud to release the 2022 Top Ops Magazine, celebrating the companies and executives who are lighting up the telecommunications landscape.
Executive Round Up: What are Companies Doing to Support Business Customers Impacted by Inflation?
We asked executives across the industry if inflation impacted their business customers, and if so, what they are doing to support them. Here’s what they had to say.
Fiber Forward: Operators Grapple with Supply, Labor Issues and More
The Fiber Broadband Association’s Fiber Connect conference kicked off this week, with a lively exhibit floor (we hear vendors had to be turned away) and a full slate of sessions and networking as operators embark on a historical amount of fiber projects fueled in part by government funding.
A Few NCTC Members Bidding AMC Nets Adieu
Almost all of NCTC’s members are on board with an AMC Networks carriage renewal, but a handful of smaller operators are dropping the channel suite.