Making a final push to get everyone in New York online
There are a few corners of New York state that still need broadband access.
By Justin Sondel | September 11, 2023
Connecting New Yorkers through ConnectALL
A Q&A with Empire State Development’s Joshua Breitbart
Getting more New York City public housing residents online
A Q&A with New York City Chief Technology Officer Matthew Fraser.
Reaching rural areas with high-speed internet
A Q&A with Assembly Member Carrie Woerner.
How federal funds are driving state investments in broadband
A Q&A with the National Telecommunications and Information Administration’s Jodia Vanel.
By Phenix Kim | September 11, 2023
Tracking who’s still lacking internet across New York
A Q&A with Maria Doulis, state deputy comptroller for budget and policy analysis.
Building the nation’s largest municipal broadband program
A Q&A with the New York City Office of Technology & Innovation’s Brett Sikoff
Internet access should be seen as a human right
A Q&A with state Sen. Kristen Gonzalez, chair of the Internet and Technology Committee.
Regulating the internet as a public utility
A Q&A with state Sen. Sean Ryan, chair of the Commerce, Economic Development, and Small Business Committee.
A Q&A with David Bronston
Special Counsel and Telecommunications Industry Team Leader, Phillips Lytle LLP
By City & State Partners | September 11, 2023
A Q&A with Michael Olsen
General Counsel and Chief Corporate Responsibility Officer, Optimum
Broadband: Explore These Additional Stories
Making broadband internet connections to New York’s hardest-to-reach places
By Megan McGibney | June 1, 2022
What is Eric Adams’ internet master plan?
By Annie McDonough | October 12, 2022
What we know about rural broadband access
By Annie McDonough | June 5, 2019
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