Local government broadband initiatives
AbstractA growing number of communities across the United States are adopting policies to promote advanced telecommunication services, including broadband access. This paper offers a taxonomy for classifying these local government initiatives and provides preliminary empirical results for a sample of communities with municipal electric utilities1 that are in the forefront of efforts to deploy publicly owned communications infrastructure.
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