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Free Blandin Webinar: Broadband-Focused Economic Development Marketing: April 20

Thanks to those to attended the webinar today. Here are the notes and archive…

You can download a PDF of the PPT.

To get the full benefits of new fiber network investments, communities must make targeted audiences aware that this new community and economic development asset is in place. 158 more words


Bridging the Digital Divide in Minnesota: a session from the 2016 Technology and Communications Conference

Delighted to share the video archive of the session:

Here’s the description from the program:

Despite the prevalence of technology in our lives, there are still many people in our communities who lack access to connected devices and high-speed broadband internet service. 141 more words


Blandin eNews April 2016: Broadband State Funding is All about the Details

Broadband News Around Minnesota

Broadband in the Legislature
In the middle of the Legislative session, several meetings related to broadband have already happened. Most people seem to agree that broadband is worthy of funding, it’s just a matter of defining the parameters – speed, unserved versus underserved and goals: 1,704 more words


Blandin Broadband letter to MN Legislators

Last week, Blandin Foundation sent a letter to every member of the Minnesota legislature encouraging them to keep in mind the Minnesota broadband vision when considering broadband-related choices on behalf of our state – based on the growing movement of organizations who have also endorsed the vision. 608 more words


Blandin Webinar Archive: Spurring small business use of technology

Thanks to everyone who joined the webinar yesterday. Below are the slides, recording and description…

Spurring small business use of technology
Thursday, March 10, 2016 03:00 PM… 185 more words


Seize the momentum to build broadband statewide

As posted in the Minneapolis Star Tribune today – a commentary by Blandin Foundation’s Kathy Annette…

Seize the momentum to build broadband statewide

We need leadership, cooperation and money to make equal access real for all Minnesotans.

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