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INTX 2015: Pritzker Seeks Input On Broadband Report To President

Broadcasting & Cable News

Commerce Secretary Penny Pritzker told an INTX closing general session audience May 7 that she welcomed ISPs’ take on impediments to broadband investment for upcoming recommendations to the President. She signaled she wanted input from her audience on a number ...

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Cox Donates Computers Through Grant Program

NWF Daily News

FORT WALTON BEACH — Connie Zampetti might as well have won the lottery based on her reaction when she walked through the doors of Cox Communications Tuesday afternoon. Zampetti and her son, Johnny Petrie, were one of 15 families in ...

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Collaborating to Connect

Huffington Post: Tech

The term “digital divide” was used in the United States as early as 1995, long before YouTube or Twitter, before the rise of Khan Academy or online job applications. Twenty years later, the digital divide still exists, and it has ...

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Many students wired at school feel digital divide at home


Cutting-edge educational gadgets, apps and games for students were in ample supply at SXSWedu in Austin this month. But there was little mention of how meaningless the digital deluge is for millions of students who lack access to high-speed Internet ...

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EveryoneOn Announces New Corporate Advisory Board

Washington, DC, March 20, 2015—National digital inclusion nonprofit EveryoneOn has announced it formed a Corporate Advisory Board comprised of members representing partner companies with leading expertise on specific programmatic areas relevant to the mission of EveryoneOn. Corporate Advisory Board members will bring ...

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On A Mission

EdTech Digest

On January 14, 2015, President Barack Obama spoke in Cedar Falls, Iowa, about the need for better broadband. “High-speed broadband is not a luxury,” he said. “It’s a necessity.” This speech was one of many pushes President Obama has made ...

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This is what it’s like to be one of the 75 million Americans living without Internet access


If you’re reading this, you probably take the Internet for granted. It’s on your phone and in your home. But some 75 million Americans aren’t so lucky: They’re completely off the digital grid. According to census data, one in four ...

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EveryoneOn Brings Internet to Diverse Communities

Mas Wired

EveryoneOn works from Los Angeles to Washington, D.C. towards making low-cost Internet available to diverse communities.  EveryoneOn is a non-profit organization that works to provide “high-speed, low-cost Internet service and computers, and free digital literacy courses accessible to all unconnected Americans.” ...

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With no Internet at home, Miami-Dade kids crowd libraries for online homework

Miami Herald

Once again, Christina Morua found herself in the South Dade library longer than she would like on a school night. The 28-year-old single mom sat in the bustling children’s section on a recent Thursday, waiting for her fourth-grader to get ...

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