News & Updates

Mar 2, 2022

CTF Highlights from the Field: January & February 2022

Connect the Future (CTF) has kicked off the new year by accelerating our work to bring awareness around existing

Feb 24, 2022
CTF Applauds FCC Review of Pole Attachment Solutions to Speed Broadband Deployment
WASHINGTON D.C. – Connect the Future (CTF) released the following statement from executive director Zachary
Feb 17, 2022
Community Leaders Across the Country: We Need to Reform Pole Access Rules Now
Local community leaders of all political stripes across the country are paying attention to the critical role that
Jan 10, 2022
What They Are Saying: New Report on Need to Modernize & Reform Pole Attachment Policies to Accelerate National Broadband Buildout
In December 2021, Western Carolina University Professor of Economics Edward J. Lopez and pole attachment expert
Dec 10, 2021
CTF Highlights from the Field: October & November 2021
Connect the Future continues the critical work of raising its voice on behalf of the millions of Americans still
Dec 9, 2021
Connect The Future Statement on the Confirmation of Chairwoman Jessica Rosenworcel to Head the Federal Communications Commission
Connect the Future (CTF) applauds the U.S. Senate on its swift, bipartisan confirmation of Chairwoman
Dec 6, 2021
CTF: Possibility of New COVID Lockdowns Raise Urgency on Broadband Fix
Broadband advocates at Connect the Future (CTF) today expressed urgent concerns about progress in closing the digital
Dec 2, 2021
New Study: Utility Pole Access Key to Speeding Broadband Deployment Across the Country
WASHINGTON, D.C. – Amid new concerns around the spread of the Omicron variant of COVID-19, the importance of
Nov 15, 2021
CTF Applauds President Biden’s Signing of the Bipartisan Infrastructure Investment and Jobs Act
Connect the Future (CTF) applauds President Biden’s signing of the Bipartisan Infrastructure Investment and Jobs Act
Nov 5, 2021
Senator Roger Wicker & CTF Rural Broadband Champions During Webinar Event: Reform Pole Rules Now
With millions of Americans still on the wrong side of the digital divide, federal funding allocated toward expanding