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Annual Conference 2020

Online · October 6-29

Welcome!

Join us this October as we present a month of virtual programming around broadband access, adoption, policy, and more! We’ve all seen over this past year increased recognition that broadband access for all is pivotal to education, work, recreation and social engagement, and civic participation. Broadband access and the skills to use it is indeed more important than ever.

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Be sure to check out the Schedule and Resources section below – think of it as your online conference program.

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From the Blandin on Broadband Blog

Broadband 2020: Week 3 dispersed conference: jump in to talk broadband when you can!

Oct 19

We had no idea what we were doing back in March when we reimagined the annual broadband conference. We are at the halfway point in the conference and I have to say – so far so good thanks to the … Continue reading

Broadband 2020: Engaging with ISPs and Utility Companies, Establishing Public- Private Partnerships by Diane Kruse

Oct 16

Broadband 101: Engaging with ISPs and Utility Companies, Establishing Public-Private Partnerships by Diane Kruse, NEO Connect Diane Kruse is a thought-leader in the ever-changing broadband industry. As the CEO of NEO Connect, she consults with electric companies and local governments on feasibility, strategy, … Continue reading

Broadband 2020: Digital Office Hours: Intelligent Communities in Minnesota

Oct 16

Thanks to the folks who came to join the conversation on ICF… Intelligent Communities in Minnesota Last summer a contingency from Minnesota went to NY to the Intelligent Community Forum to learn more about small communities around the world. We’re … Continue reading

Broadband 2020: Bill Coleman’s Happy Hour

Oct 16

Thanks to everyone who showed up for Bill’s Happy Hour. We saw a few faces we haven’t seen for a while, including past Task Force members, providers, community leaders and more. Lots of folks had limericks to explain broadband in … Continue reading

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