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Welcome to the Broadband Bunch, a podcast about broadband and how it impacts all of us. Join us to learn about the state of the industry and the latest innovation and trends. Connect with the thought leaders, pioneers and policymakers helping to shape your future through broadband. The Broadband Bunch is brought to you by: Calix: www.calix.com DxTel: www.dxtel.net/ ETI Software: www.etisoftware.com Microsoft: www.microsoft.com Utopia Fiber: www.utopiafiber.com/
 
This is Connected Nation – a podcast focused on all things broadband. From closing the Digital Divide to simply improving your internet speeds, we talk technology topics that impact all of us, our families, and our communities. To learn more about our national nonprofit, head to connectednation.org.
 
A journey across the expanse of all things broadband, with stories of people making a positive impact in the world of communications. Conversations with innovators, thought leaders, influencers, service providers...anyone working to connect the unconnected. Our goal: to inform & to inspire! And one thing's certain...we'll have fun along the way!
 
StoryConnect features interviews with marketers, communicators, CEOs and other leaders at cooperative and independent broadband companies, electric cooperatives and municipal power providers. The goal of the podcast is to help listeners discover ideas to shape their stories and connect with their customers. It is produced by WordSouth — A Content Marketing Company.
 
Rural Broadband Today is a new podcast focused on one of the most important issues facing Rural America. It tells the stories of those working to bring broadband internet access within reach of every citizen. This interview-style show presents conversations with elected officials, industry experts and business leaders at the forefront of America’s efforts to solve the rural broadband challenge.
 
Become a Paid Subscriber: https://anchor.fm/skaem/subscribe Expressing one's mind like graffiti.. adding value towards your everyday life in coined drafts of originality (concept). Schizophrenic God's: Radio continuum ..emission is the broadband radiation emitted in the radio part of the spectrum by celestial objects. Expect Vandals & Artists, Underground & Indie Musicians as well as pioneers and brilliant minds.. Discussions and topic that take years to grasp through conversations.. sudden ...
 
What's News brings you the headlines and business news that move markets and the world—twice every weekday. In 10-12 minutes, get caught up on the best Wall Street Journal scoops and exclusives, with insight and analysis from the award-winning reporters that broke the stories. Hosted by Annmarie Fertoli and Luke Vargas.
 
Co-ops Connect is Conexon's podcast hosted by SVP of Marketing, Sales and Account Management, Abby Carere, bringing you heartfelt stories from Rural Electric Cooperatives deploying high-speed fiber internet networks to their service territories. We sit down with co-op leaders who are tackling head-on the rewards and challenges of bridging the Digital Divide in rural America, one mile of fiber at a time.Conexon is proud to be at the forefront of the electric cooperative fiber broadband moveme ...
 
Light Reading Podcasts is the feed for The Light Reading Podcast, The Divide, What's the Story and more. Light Reading provides daily news, analysis and insight for the global communications networking and services industry. The publication was founded in 2000 and, since July 2016, has been a part of Informa Tech, a division of Informa PLC. The Light Reading Network, which includes targeted online communities like Connecting Africa, Broadband World News, Telecoms.com and The 5G Exchange, is ...
 
Craig Settles, president of CJ Speaks (www.cjspeaks.com), and guests discuss business strategies for putting broadband networks and telehealth into place, as well as policy issues that affect community broadband and telehealth. Gigabit Nation’s mission is threefold: 1) inform listeners how to get meaningful broadband and telehealth into communities everywhere, 2) help communities increase broadband and telehealth adoption and 3) provide a vehicle for people to work together – and with organi ...
 
Broadband Conversations is dedicated to highlighting women who are making an impact on our digital lives. Each episode, Federal Communications Commission Acting Chairwoman Jessica Rosenworcel will talk to women who are breaking new ground and forging new paths in technology, media, and innovation about what they're working on, what's on their minds, what they think is the next for the future. Because there are just too few, it's time to amplify these women's voices.
 
The BLC Connection Podcast is a fun and informative show from Ben Lomand Connect that answers your questions about the internet, Wi-Fi, home security and more, and brings you information on the stories and events in “Ben Lomand Country.” Bryan, Karen and Micah take you behind the scenes of Ben Lomand Connect, where the cooperative connects Middle Tennessee with the latest in communications technology and with businesses that are making a difference in our service territory. The BLC Connectio ...
 
Optical fiber is the future, enabling the high-speed broadband Internet connections everyone relies on. Christian Till, a fiber testing expert, interviews industry experts ranging from telecom operators and engineers to fiber technicians as well as telecommunications networking equipment and software services suppliers. Each episode contains powerful information to help you better understand fiber optic technology, stay on top of the latest trends, and enable you to efficiently build and mai ...
 
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Today’s communications issues and policies in Washington, D.C., are more complicated than ever – privacy, broadband deployment, “open internet” or “net neutrality,” over-the-top video, “Big Tech” and the media giants, and many more. “ACA Connects” is a podcast about the people, companies, advocates, regulators and lawmakers who are the thought leaders on these issues helping us to better understand our interconnected broadband world. “ACA Connects” is a production of America's Communications ...
 
Don't miss the Arsenal Weekly podcast with host Russell Hargreaves. Available every Monday, the podcast features all the latest from the club with action and reaction from the weekend game, an exclusive player interview, a chat with an 'Arsenal Insider’, an Arsenal history lesson and a tactical heads-up on our next opponent. Tweet your questions for discussion using #ArsenalWeekly.
 
The Progress & Freedom Foundation is a market-oriented think tank that studies the digital revolution and its implications for public policy. Its mission is to educate policymakers, opinion leaders, and the public about issues associated with technological change, based on a philosophy of limited government, free markets, and individual sovereignty.
 
The people of Yankee Group are the global connectivity experts -- the leading source of insight and counsel for builders, operators and users of connectivity solutions. For nearly 40 years, Yankee Group has conducted primary research that charts the pace of technology change and its effect on networks, consumers and enterprises. In these podcasts, hear our experts discuss our findings and predictions as we navigate the Anywhere revolution.
 
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Everything you wanted to know about Fiber Connect 2022 - we weren't afraid to ask. We've got it all. Brad, JJ and Rich do an amazing job sharing everything that is happening at this year's event. Click now to listen. Also, be sure to subscribe to the Broadband Bunch on your favorite podcast platform so you never miss an episode.…
 
The bipartisan Affordable Connectivity Program — part of a $14 billion effort to expand broadband access to hard-to-reach areas — glitches as the Biden administration can't get rural people (nor cable companies) to take the money. Can you help President Biden sell free cash to the poor?Scott Ott, Stephen Green and Bill Whittle annually provide 260 …
 
"We come from a culture where failure is the enemy. We rather give it a half a try than try and fail." Our guide for today is Noor Al Obaid an entrepreneur, a food and beverage consultant. She's the founder of Bake and Educate, a nonprofit organization that has covered the tuition fees for more than 480 underprivileged students in Kuwait since its …
 
This episode features Rachel Mukai Stark, smart cities program manager for the city of Charlotte, North Carolina; and Bruce Clark, executive director for the Center for Digital Equity at Queen's University of Charlotte. We discuss how broadband access in Charlotte has changed over the years, what's causing the digital divide and the city's roadmap …
 
This week on the podcast, Christopher is joined by Benoit Felton (Independent Consultant, Diffraction Analysis). During the conversation, the two discuss the transformational potential of broadband, international developments in fiber deployment and lessons on wholesale broadband networks. They talk about the state of European broadband service, wh…
 
P.M. Edition for May 9. Last year's bipartisan infrastructure law includes billions in funding to expand broadband internet access. The Biden administration is offering $30-a-month subsidies to low-income households, and 20 internet providers, including AT&T and Verizon, have agreed to help . But getting everyone who is eligible to sign up has been…
 
This week’s Open Mic guest is Shirley Bloomfield, CEO of NTCA-The Rural Broadband Association. Washington has directed a large sum of funds to close the digital divide between urban and rural residents and adequate broadband coverage, but there’s no single agency working to coordinate efforts across the government. Bloomfield reports progress in ma…
 
A.M. Edition for May 20. President Biden arrived in Asia today for his first visit since taking office. His four-day trip includes a visit to South Korea and Japan, with economic and defense cooperation expected to top the agenda. WSJ Tokyo bureau chief Peter Landers explains what the White House hopes to achieve with the visit and why it may not m…
 
P.M. Edition for May 19. Apple, Microsoft, Amazon, Tesla and the parent companies of Google and Facebook accounted for 25% of the S&P 500 headed into 2022. Now, together with Nvidia and Netflix, they are responsible for close to half of the benchmark stock index's losses this year. WSJ Markets Reporter Karen Langley joins host Annmarie Fertoli to d…
 
In fairness to new (Black, LGBTQ) White House Press Secretary Karine Jean-Pierre, defending President Biden's plan to beat inflation with higher taxes on corporations and the wealthy, is not empirically possible...even with years of job explaining experience. Nevertheless, Jean-Pierre's early awkwardness may be due to the fact that she has to read …
 
President Biden and Amazon CEO Jeff Bezos get into a Twitter spat over the White House plan to whip inflation now by jacking up taxes on the rich and spending trillions of dollars more.Scott Ott, Stephen Green and Bill Whittle create 260 new episodes of Right Angle each year thanks to our Members. When you join, you meet a legion of committed conse…
 
A.M. Edition for May 19. U.S. Treasury Secretary Janet Yellen is visiting Europe this week to press for more financial support to Ukraine and a deal on a global minimum tax for corporations. WSJ economic policy reporter Andy Duehren explains how Ukraine’s needs have changed as the war drags on, and discusses Yellen’s ideas for isolating Russia’s ec…
 
P.M. Edition for May 18. Fears of a recession trigger a huge selloff on Wall Street. Plus, is Elon Musk getting cold feet over his plan to buy Twitter? Mergers and acquisitions reporter Cara Lombardo joins host Annmarie Fertoli to discuss whether there is a way out of the deal, for either side. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/a…
 
Elon Musk's deal to buy Twitter is on hold as the billionaire rocketeer demands an accurate count of fake users on the social platform. Twitter's CEO seems to dance around the truth. Is Musk just trolling Twitter, negotiating a better deal, or engaged in elaborate self-sabotage?Stephen Green, Scott Ott, and Bill Whittle create 260 new episodes of R…
 
A.M. Edition for May 18. Finland and Sweden officially applied for NATO membership today, dealing a blow to Russian President Vladimir Putin’s goal of using the invasion of Ukraine to deter other nations from joining the alliance. WSJ correspondent Sune Rasmussen explains how the move could transform Europe’s security landscape and whether Finland …
 
P.M. Edition for May 17. President Biden condemned racist conspiracy theories during a visit to the site of the recent mass shooting in Buffalo, N.Y. Ten people were killed in the shooting, which is being investigated as a hate crime. White House reporter Tarini Parti joins host Annmarie Fertoli to discuss. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit m…
 
Light Reading's Mike Dano joins the podcast to discuss Dish Network's 5G-focused analyst day event. Dano explains analysts' reactions to Dish's business projections, what Dish has planned for the retail space and for enterprise private wireless customers, the launch of Boost Infinite and more. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out informati…
 
In this episode, Joe and Kaleigh chat with Jason Cohen, the Founder and CEO of MyBundle.TV. The world is turning towards streaming but for consumers it can be a messy game keeping track of all the different streaming apps and services. MyBundle is a service that simplifies the process. Click now to listen as Jason shares why MyBundle is a win-win-w…
 
Elon Musk Tweets: "I’m ok with going to hell, if that is indeed my destination, since the vast majority of all humans ever born will be there."What does this quip say about Elon's actual belief system? Is this is conclusion, or just a current opinion — a rest stop on a longer journey toward truth?Alfonzo Rachel and Bill Whittle create 100 new episo…
 
A.M. Edition for May 17. Ukraine has ordered an end to its combat mission in Mariupol and the evacuation of its soldiers from a steel plant in the city, concluding months of fighting against Russian forces. WSJ chief foreign correspondent Yaroslav Trofimov joins us from Kyiv with a look at what the latest developments from Mariupol and elsewhere in…
 
Evolving technology—not to mention evolving norms in Silicon Valley—has sparked fierce debate about online speech. Are social media platforms too powerful? Do their content moderation policies strike a good balance between free speech and healthy conversation? Should the government get involved in policing disinformation? In this episode, we home i…
 
P.M. Edition for May 16. McDonald’s is exiting Russia, joining a long list of Western companies to cut ties with the country over its invasion of Ukraine. But why now? And what impact might it have on other companies still operating in Russia? WSJ food reporter Annie Gasparro joins host Annmarie Fertoli to discuss. Learn more about your ad choices.…
 
Today’s global economy has made it easier than ever to explore opportunities and access resources. However, this comes with the challenge of understanding how these new markets and opportunities can be beneficial or harmful to your family. Technology is a powerful tool that can help you stay informed, connected, and entertained wherever you are in …
 
A.M. Edition for May 16. As war and the pandemic expose the fragility of supply chains, the U.S. and its allies are pursuing a new kind of global trade, one that confines commerce to a circle of trusted nations. Fans call the shift “friend-shoring.” WSJ trade and international economy reporter Yuka Hayashi says it is an effort to try to work with f…
 
This week’s Open Mic Senate Ag Committee Ranking Member John Boozman. The Arkansas Republican says the Russian-Ukraine conflict is disrupting a major food production region and exacerbating global hunger. Boozman says it is time for Washington to act, not only addressing the immediate needs of starving people but enhancing opportunities to encourag…
 
Politics is downstream from culture because it takes longer to react to politics. You get to make entertainment decisions immediately, but elections happen a year or more apart. But wait... We conservatives have been fighting rear-guard actions for decades, but Bill Whittle says, "We're going to see in November something astonishing."The Left has a…
 
Fifth Circuit Upholds State of Texas’ Content Moderation Ban The Fifth Circuit Court of Appeals overturned a lower court ruling to strike down the State of Texas’ controversial statute that created a private right of action for anyone who thinks they were banned from a social media platform because of their “viewpoint.” With the Texas law back in e…
 
P.M. Edition for May 13. In the years since the 2008-2009 financial crisis, the name TINA has been Wall Street shorthand for “there is no alternative” (to stocks, that is). But now concerns over inflation and the Federal Reserve’s plan to raise interest rates have investors turning away from stocks , and finding there are indeed alternatives. Marke…
 
In this podcast, Diane Christman, new CEO of The Cable Center, digs into the genesis, purpose and takeaways of the organization's first annual Intrapreneurship & Innovation Report, and offers a look ahead to this year's Cable Hall of Fame event in New York. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.…
 
As we mark the 40th anniversary of "Star Trek II: The Wrath of Khan", two major Trekkies (and another guy) dissect how Hollywood can make great movies again, and why it probably won't. The year 1982 may have been "the best year for movies ever." Join us for a bit of nostalgia that shows the way to a better future for our country and our culture. St…
 
A.M. Edition for May 13. President Biden’s new economic policy message centers on spotlighting what the White House sees as ‘bright spots’ in the U.S. economy, including low unemployment and a high rate of household savings. But how can he do that against a backdrop of inflation, eroding consumer confidence and a growing risk of recession in the ne…
 
Akhona Nkalitshane is a product manager at Rectron South Africa, and Peter French is the GM for Middle East and Africa at Acronis.Nkalitshane is a cloud computing specialist who focuses on ground-breaking offerings in this area by cybersecurity OEMs such as Acronis. She has over seven years of experience in the IT and services industry, working at …
 
P.M. Edition for May 12. Cryptocurrency is notoriously volatile. But even by those standards, this week was an outlier. Several stablecoins that were designed to hold their value against the dollar took a dive, sending shudders through the market. Markets reporter Caitlin Ostroff joins host Annmarie Fertoli to discuss how it happened and what it me…
 
GPPR Podcast Editor Brian Marroquín (MPM ’22) spoke with Sol Anderson, the President & CEO of the Evanston Community Foundation, about the role of community foundations in public policy and dynamic approaches to community building. In this podcast, Mr. Anderson emphasizes the importance of relationships and active listening to affect positive chang…
 
The leak of Associate Justice Samuel Alito's majority opinion that would overturn Roe v. Wade reveals the depths of Leftist depravity. It's not just their longtime cheerleading for infanticide, or their almost-unprecedented violation of Supreme Court protocol, but what Leftist activists have done in the days since the leak. At the moment, there's n…
 
An off-the-shelf consumer drone drops a small bomb right through the sunroof of a car carrying Russian troops. Ukrainians find new ways to fend off the invaders. What does this mean for warfare going forward?Bill Whittle, Stephen Green and Scott Ott create Right Angle five times each week thanks to our Members. Starting at just $9.95/month you unlo…
 
A.M. Edition for May 12. The Biden administration rolled out a new resettlement program for Ukrainian refugees several weeks ago, and it has already attracted thousands of applicants. WSJ immigration reporter Michelle Hackman explains how the program’s private sponsorship model represents a major break with past precedent, and why the administratio…
 
P.M. Edition for May 11. Inflation is still near a four-decade high. But the consumer price index, which measures what people pay for goods and services, dropped in April for the first time in eight months, from an annual rate of 8.5% to 8.3%. So what does the data tell us? Have we hit peak inflation? WSJ economics reporter Gwynn Guilford joins hos…
 
Shameel Joosub is the CEO of Vodacom and one of South Africa’s most respected telecoms leaders. He joined Vodacom in 1994, where he served as the MD until 2010. He was then appointed as CEO of Vodacom Spain before becoming the Vodacom Group CEO in 2012. Joosub has played a vital role in developing Vodacom into one of the top telecommunications comp…
 
In this episode of the Broadband Bunch, Pete is joined by David Gillford, Head of Policy and Strategic Partnerships at Sidewalk Infrastructure Partners or SIP. How can technology make a radical difference in infrastructure innovation? Click now to listen and learn about the forward thinking approach SIP is undertaking. Be sure to subscribe to the B…
 
Funding for broadband networks is a critical component of connecting rural America to high-speed fiber internet. This week, guest host Jonathan Chambers, Conexon Partner, and special guest Gary Wood, President/CEO of Central Virginia Electric Cooperative and Firefly Fiber, join Abby Carere, Conexon's SVP of Sales, Marketing, and Account Management,…
 
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