Heavy pressure will have to be put on the Biden administration to regulate broadband providers
I’m here to remind that the radio dial in Boston still offers a cornucopia of sounds known and unknown, music that is often deftly curated by musically obsessed volunteer disc jockeys at college stations. With the possible exception of the Bay Area, we have the best and most unique radio dial in the country.
In the past two weeks alone, the Dig has been excited to see several stories that we first dug into, in some cases with help from the Boston Institute for Nonprofit Journalism, that have since been picked up by the larger mainstream media.
If we want a free and open internet, we should build one
Charlie Baker’s $4.1 million gift to the cable industry
On July 12, the Internet-Wide Day of Action to Save Net Neutrality ...
Boston has chosen a different approach—one of partnering with Verizon, which seeks to use Boston to demonstrate to Wall Street that it is a company looking to the future of digital entertainment and smart cities.
Now that broadband internet is a public utility, both cable companies and telephone companies need to pay for public access television — not try to defund it
LOCAL NET NEUTRALITY ADVOCATES TELL CABLE PROVIDERS TO STAY OUT OF THEIR PACKETS