In this episode, Brookings experts Adie Tomer and Elizabeth Kneebone discuss the findings from their new report, “Signs of Digital Distress: Mapping broadband availability and subscription in American neighborhoods,” which examines the neighborhoods lacking in broadband infrastructure, and which ones have the infrastructure, but can’t get connected.
- Better together: Broadband deployment and broadband competition
- In infrastructure plan, a big opening for rural broadband
- Cities and broadband, next administration edition
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