Broadband Internet

ARC Grants $32 Million More For W.Va. Broadband

The Appalachian Regional Commission granted the West Virginia Department of Economic Development more than $32 million for broadband service improvements across the state.

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Internet Service Providers Required To Display Consumer Friendly Product Labeling

The new federal rules say any company, large or small, that offers standalone broadband internet service is required to prominently display consumer friendly labels at the point of sale, including in store and online.

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Hurdles To Broadband Connectivity On This West Virginia Morning

On this West Virginia Morning, to have broadband connectivity for all of West Virginia within five years, there are progress and time markers that must be met. We talk with a lawmaker and stakeholder about meeting those markers.

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More Than 127,000 W.Va. Households Could Lose Internet Access Unless Congress Allocates Funding

Officials with the Federal Communications Commission warn that a lack of congressional funding for a program that provides low-income households internet access could halt broadband services for more than 127,000 West Virginia households.

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