News & Updates

Jan 19, 2021

Survey Underscores Strong, Bipartisan Public Support for Policies to Expand Kentucky Rural Broadband Access

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASEJanuary 19, 2021Contact: [email protected] WASHINGTON, DC (January 19, 2021) – Connect

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Louisville Metro Report: Pole Attachments Among Deployment Challenges to Broadband Buildout
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Connect The Future Kentucky Coalition Supporter Spotlight: Red Bird Mission
For nearly a century, Red Bird Mission has worked to provide critical services to some of the most rural, isolated,
Dec 16, 2020
Kentucky Public Service Commission Public Workshop on Pole Attachments
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Dec 3, 2020
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Oct 30, 2020
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Oct 21, 2020
Civil Rights and Technology Experts Discuss the “Digital Divide in the Era of COVID-19”
Access to reliable broadband remains out-of-reach for millions of Americans, even as the internet becomes increasingly
Oct 20, 2020
The Hill: How to Expand Rural Broadband, Fast and Affordably
The COVID-19 pandemic has magnified many problems in America, but with creative approaches, these problems can become
Oct 12, 2020
Louisville Courier Journal: Kentucky’s digital divide is a challenge for kids trying to learn in cities, rural towns
In Kentucky’s western coalfield region, Ashley Hale’s 11-year-old son had to manage virtual learning since
Aug 27, 2020
MESSENGER-INQUIRER: COVID exposes Kentucky’s digital gap
From health care to unemployment, the virus has shown how “woefully” behind the state is in providing internet