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Date: 02.07.2018
Ken Pfister, Vice President, Strategic Policy, Great Plains Communications Tell us about Great Plains Communications Great Plains Communications is the largest privately-owned telecommunications provider in Nebraska, serving over 90 communities throughout the state. Residential services include high-speed Internet, cable TV, and local and...
Date: 01.30.2018
Below is USTelecom Chairman and CEO Jonathan Spalter’s oral testimony as prepared for delivery before the House Energy & Commerce Subcommittee on Communications & Technology hearing: “Closing the Digital Divide: Broadband Infrastructure Solutions” on January 30, 2018: USTelecom Chairman and CEO Jonathan Spalter...
Date: 01.30.2018
Last week, USTelecom Senior Vice President, Law & Policy Jonathan Banks testified before the D.C. Council’s Committee on Government Operations to weigh in on the importance of the  FCC’s decision to repeal the 2015 Open Internet Order and return to a lighter-touch regulation framework.   In his testimony before...
Date: 01.24.2018
When it comes to how Americans use the internet, the mantra “more is more” grows more applicable by the day.  A USTelecom analysis has found that U.S. IP traffic has grown nearly 3.5 times over the last five years, and is set to grow 2.5 times over the next five. To get a sense what that looks like, take a peek below:...
Date: 12.19.2017
Tell us about Blackfoot Communications. Blackfoot is a leading regional provider of voice, data, cloud and IT services throughout the Intermountain West and Pacific Northwest. Headquartered in Missoula, Montana, we started as a telephone cooperative in 1954 providing voice service to all the small towns covering more than 5,000 square miles...
Date: 12.18.2017
This op-ed by Alaska Communications CEO Anand Vadapalli was originally published in MultiChannel Broadcasting on Dec. 18, 2017 at 5:00 a.m. FCC’s regulatory refocus should shift agency’s emphasis to rural deployment It’s in the most remote places that fast, strong and reliable connectivity is most...
Date: 12.14.2017
When it comes to net neutrality there is a lot of misinformation and confusion. Let’s set the record straight. MYTH: This debate is between those who favor net neutrality and those who oppose it.  All sides in this debate strongly support an open internet with policies that protect consumers. The argument revolves around the...
Date: 12.14.2017
Common-sense internet protections build opportunity and improve quality-of-life, no matter where you live…   …you accidentally tossed Grandma’s buttermilk biscuit recipe but successfully recreated via Pinterest. Shhhh, we’ll never tell.   …Tinder who? You found your match on FarmersOnly....
Date: 12.04.2017
This op-ed by Blackfoot Communications CEO Jason Williams was originally published in the Washington Examiner on Dec. 2, 2017 at 12:01 a.m. As I’ve read some of the news coming out of Washington over the last few days about how the Federal Communications Commission is planning to do something new on net neutrality, it feels like we...
Posted In: CSRIC, cybersecurity, DHS
Date: 11.20.2017
In recent testimony before the House Homeland Security Subcommittee on Cybersecurity and Infrastructure Protection, USTelecom SVP of Cybersecurity Robert Mayer shared industry perspective on maximizing the value of cyber threat information. In his testimony, Mayer explained that the value of information sharing among organizations is to assist...

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