CBAN is a big supporter of community-owned broadband networks, as well as private providers with strong community roots. So we were excited to read a recent report by our friends at the Institute for Local Self-Reliance which outlined just how much the municipal broadband community has grown in recent years and just how far we’ve gone since the early days of maverick municipal networks like Glasgow, Kentucky, which was the first publicly owned network to offer internet service.
Our guests on this edition of Broadband Bytes were both involved with putting together the ILSR’s report. Welcome Sean Gonsalves and Ry Marcatillio!
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