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Dana works with the policy team to research and advocate for communications-policy solutions that serve the public interest.
Now that the federal-eviction moratorium has expired, millions are primed to lose their homes. On top of that, families are struggling to pay their broadband bills.
While hundreds of ISPs have promised to keep people connected during the COVID-19 pandemic, people are still losing service. And their stories are heartbreaking.
Getting and keeping people connected is a life-and-death issue right now. As part of this effort, reporters can play a crucial role in telling community stories.
We can’t afford to take a back seat as digital inequities gouge our communities — especially during this public-health emergency.
When the digital divide keeps poor families and people of color offline, who counts?
A critique of Comcast's Internet Essentials program, which serves low-income households, shows the tremendous impact that even an imperfect program like IE can have.
FCC Chairman Ajit Pai never met a broadcast merger he didn’t like. But a court was not amused with his decision to overturn longtime ownership rules.
A recent Washington Post Op-Ed claims that the digital divide persists because some people just aren't interested in getting online. This is flat-out wrong.
Broadcasters are lobbying the FCC to gut its media-ownership rules — again. And the agency is taking the bait.
More than a month has passed since an FCC judge urged further scrutiny of Sinclair. And FCC Chairman Ajit Pai has done absolutely nothing.