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How Google Fiber Is Changing Its Strategy as Costs Grow

Google’s effort to offer high-speed Internet access to consumers at home has run into the same economic problem that bedeviled almost every challenger in the market over the last two decades. 465 more words


Investing in Fiber

There is a recent short article in Forbes titled, To Evade the Wheeler Tax, Capital is Fleeing Digital Infrastructure by Hal Singer. The premise of the article is that the FCC’s move to regulate broadband under Title II has somehow driven the large ISPs to stop investing in broadband. 732 more words

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Fiber for Everyone?

Just a few days ago I wrote about the two cities that are considering having citizens pay for their fiber networks through utility fees and pledges to support the fiber financing. 860 more words

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Fiber is Not Always Fiber

I had a conversation today that is the same one I’ve had many times. I was talking to a City that has already built hundreds of miles of fiber to connect municipal buildings. 812 more words

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Spring Awakening Performed At The 70th Annual Tony Awards

Spring Awakening Performed at the 70th Annual Tony Awards!

Congratulations to the Spring Awakening cast for a mind-blowing performance at the 70th Annual Tony Awards! 611 more words


Under The Tuscan Sun With My iPad Pro

I am making great use out of my Verizon FiOS On Demand features this year.

Recently I made a life changing purchase that has really changed how much I am getting out of my FiOS Quantum TV features. 542 more words


ESPN & Verizon Settle Lawsuit Over FiOS' Custom TV Skinny Bundle

So much for the battle of titans that this time last year seemed destined to shake up the pay TV business. ESPN has settled the breach-of-contract lawsuit it filed against Verizon in April 2015 when the telco’s FiOS began to offer “Custom TV,” a skinny bundle of pay TV networks that didn’t include Disney’s sports channel. 267 more words

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