broadband adoption

A new USTelecom analysis of the latest Internet Protocol (IP) traffic data from the annual Cis
Digital engagement is playing an increasingly important role in reaching voters and driving campaign victories as evidenced in recent U.S. presidential and midterm elections.
As USTelecom discussed in a recent blog post, the nation’s broadband providers are investing substantiall
While many Americans have access to landline and wireless phones, a small but significant number of consumers cannot afford even basic telephone service.
While broadband access is readily available in most areas of the country, studies have shown that a key obstacle to adoption in the U.S. is a lack of digital readiness.
Chairman Crawford, Ranking Member Costa, Members of the Committee, thank you for giving me the opportunity to appear before you today to present the progress being made by our member companies in b
The Federal Communications Commission (FCC) should reject proposals to impose Title II regulation on broadband services, USTelecom said in
The time is ripe for the Commission to reform its retransmission consent rules by removing regulatory preferences favoring broadcasters, thereby promoting more balanced market-based negotiations.