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FCC's long-awaited broadband maps are here

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The Federal Communications Commission launched its new, more-accurate broadband maps, but they're still missing data.

FCC unveils new rules for reporting 911 network outages

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The Federal Communications Commission created new rules standardizing how network service providers report outages affecting 911 centers.

FCC to release new broadband maps, teeing up BEAD grants

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The new maps are based on geocoded data, replacing a set of maps criticized for allowing ISPs to vastly overstate their coverage areas.

As Hurricane Ian rages, FCC issues new guidance on emergency alerts 

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Amid Hurricane Ian, the FCC urged broadcasters and managers of emergency alert systems to stop transmitting alerts from legacy systems

FCC wants help correcting its new broadband map 

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The FCC is encouraging state and local governments to point out which of its "broadband-serviceable locations" are inaccurate.

Millions of Americans are now getting broadband discounts from the FCC

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The White House said a new program that gives broadband discounts to low-income households recently hit 10 million subscribers.

FCC announces plan to share broadband audit results online

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The commission also announced it's ready to begin deploying $1.2 billion to advance rural connectivity projects in 32 states.

FCC commits $1.2B in emergency funds to connect students

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The FCC expects to provide at least 3 million devices and 774,000 broadband connections.

Tennessee to spend $500 million in Rescue Plan funding on broadband

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Gov. Bill Lee said the state also plans to spend an additional $100 million in state funds for broadband expansion.

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