In its comments, WTA recommended the Department focus its … Continue reading “WTA Comments on ARP Interim Rule for Broadband Funds”
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On October 16, WTA met with staff from the office of Commissioner O’Rielly. WTA reiterated its support for performance testing that fairly and accurately measures speed and latency for a sample of the locations for which they have received CAF … Continue reading “WTA Discusses Draft Network Testing with FCC”
On October 17, WTA joined several rural associations urging Congress to provide video buying groups used by smaller providers access to the same good faith protections afforded to large providers when it renews expiring satellite television legislation this year. In … Continue reading “WTA Joins Rural Associations Calling for Video Buying Group Protections”
Last week, representatives from WTA and its member companies met with staff from the offices of Chairman Pai and Commissioners Carr, Rosenworcel, and Starks.
In the meetings, WTA reiterated its support for performance testing that fairly and accurately measures speed … Continue reading “WTA Discusses Draft Network Testing Order with FCC”
On October 7, WTA filed reply comments in the Commission’s Digital Opportunity Data Collection proceeding. In the filing, WTA again advocated for a challenge process that should occur before any decisions are made in regards to eligibility for funding. WTA … Continue reading “WTA Files Reply Comments in Mapping Proceeding”
On September 24, representatives from WTA met staff for Commissioners O’Reilly and Carr to discuss broadband network testing, the proposed Rural Digital Opportunities Fund (RDOF), and broadband mapping.
Regarding testing, WTA expressed concerns that an FCC Order responding to the … Continue reading “WTA Discusses Network Testing, RDOF and Broadband Mapping with FCC”
On September 23, WTA filed comments in the Commission’s Digital Opportunity Data Collection proceeding. WTA advised the Commission that collecting more granular broadband data is an effective tool for closing the digital divide. However, WTA noted that the Commission must … Continue reading “WTA Files Comments in Mapping Proceeding”
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