Broadband News 2015 February 24

Broadband news updates on February 24, 2015
Broadband And NBCUniversal Will Drive Comcast’s Q3 Earnings:
Comcast will report its Q4 2014 results on February 24th. We expect the company’s broadband business to continue to perform well, while its Pay-TV …
State Lawmaker Says Cable Company Blocking Broadband Legislation:
One bill would forbid ISPs in the state from advertising “high-speed broadband” for anything slower than 10 Mbps. That’s still lower than the FCC’s …
Communities working to expand broadband connections:
GREENFIELD, Mass. (WWLP) – Currently, 45 western Massachusetts communities lack any residential cable or broadband access relying on dial up …
Broadband gives the boost to Lake Placid nonprofits:

Broadband gives the boost to Lake Placid nonprofits … Henry II and Mildred A. Uihlein Foundation is now equipped with high-speed, broadband Internet.

Don’t limit high-speed broadband to big cities

This is great, especially for big cities that have the incentives (read: population) needed to encourage private providers to upgrade broadband

Report: Vt broadband service falling short

BURLINGTON, Vt. – Vermont has the second worst broadband internet access in the country according to a recent report from federal regulators.

Mediacom Broadband LLC and Mediacom LLC Report Results for Fourth Quarter and Full Year 2014

These results for Mediacom Broadband LLC and Mediacom LLC remain subject to adjustments based upon completion of their respective audits for …

Telus will penalize broadband users if they surpass their 50GB data allowance

Telus notified broadband consumers that beginning March 30 they will be penalized if they surpass their monthly Internet data allowance of 50 GB per …

Broadband rollout on schedule

Chorus says the rollout of ultra-fast broadband and rural broadband initiatives are on schedule, but growth in fiber connections is putting pressure on …

Chorus reports “solid operating” performance underpinned by cost focus and broadband growth

Senate unanimously passes $3.6M emergency broadband bill

BOISE, Idaho (AP) – A proposal that would approve $3.6 million in emergency funding for Idaho’s faltering broadband program is headed to Gov.

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