Wireless Industry Regulation
No. 112 The Consumer Benefits of Video Franchise Reform in Illinois
Illinois has the opportunity to join a growing number of states that have streamlined the process of competitive entry into cable TV markets by giving the state the authority to grant a video franc
No. 110 Iowa Municipal Communications Systems: The Financial Track Record
This report documents the financial performance of three municipal communications systems operating in Iowa: Cedar Falls, Muscatine, and Spencer.
No. 108 Municipal Broadband: Optimistic Plan, Disappointing Reality
No. 105 Municipally Owned Broadband Networks: A Critical Evaluation (Revised Edition)
No. 100 Municipally Owned Broadband Networks: A Critical Evaluation
No. 92 Access to the Internet: Regulation or Markets?
The Real Cost of Network Neutrality
Wired to Waste
As the 21st Century evolves and our economy begins to recover, there is near-universal agreement on the importance of expanding Americans’ access to high-speed Internet service.
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