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Closing the Digital Divide in Philadelphia with Internet Essentials and Local Partners

Comcast recently made some big announcements in its hometown of Philadelphia, the last stop on a multi-city tour for Comcast Senior Executive Vice President and Chief Diversity Officer David L. 577 more words

Community Relations

Two Approaches to Low-Income Broadband

Large ISPs are taking different approaches to bringing broadband to low-income households. Consider recent news about Comcast and AT&T:

Comcast has a program called Internet Essentials that provides broadband to low-income households. 730 more words

The Industry

Internet Essentials bridges digital divide

By Jasemine Knowles

Published in Houston Defender September 8, 2016

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Published Articles

Comcast, CHA and Olympian Jackie Joyner-Kersee Give Back

Comcast, CHA & Jackie Joyner-Kersee Give Back

Imagine not having access to internet service when everything is contingent upon that which gives us access to everyday essentials. 771 more words

Business

Comcast, CHA and Olympian Jackie Joyner-Kersee Give Back

Comcast, CHA & Jackie Joyner-Kersee Give Back

Imagine not having access to internet service when everything is contingent upon that which gives us access to everyday essentials. 771 more words

News

Wilmington City Council Partners with Comcast to Conquer the Digital Divide

Recently Comcast and the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development announced a partnership to close the digital divide for up to two million HUD-assisted households through Internet Essentials, Comcast’s high-speed internet adoption program for low-income families. 580 more words

News

Comcast and the Rockford Housing Authority Collaborate to close the Digital Divide for more than 5,300 HUD-assisted Households in Major Internet Essentials Program Expansion

Comcast and the Rockford Housing Authority (RHA) announced today that Comcast’s Internet Essentials program, which provides low-cost Internet service to eligible low-income families, will be available to more than 5,300 U.S. 914 more words

John Crowley