By John Eggerton, Multichannel News, 1-31-22

The White House has released a guidebook so states and localities can get a better grasp on all of the infrastructure money available to them, including the approximately $65 billion for broadband.

The guidebook plays up the half-empty view of broadband – or, in this case, the fraction of the glass still empty view – saying that “by one definition,” more than 30 million Americans live in areas where there is no broadband infrastructure that provides “minimally acceptable” speeds, and saying that the U.S. has the second-highest broadband costs.  » Read More