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FCC Commisioner Clyburn on USF Reform & Broadband Adoption

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The FCC is knee-deep in Universal Service Fund (USF) reform and other key issues that are influencing broadband expansion and adoption in the U.S. FCC Commissioner Mignon Clyburn is our guest this week, helping listeners better understand, and (hopefully) participate in some of the FCC's efforts.

Broadcasting live from the National Association of Telecommunications Officers and Advisors conference in San Francisco, host Craig Settles and Commissioner Clyburn discuss:


  • USF reform issues that directly impact funding that may become available for broadband
  • broadband adoption issues specific to underserved urban communities
  • how to increase communities' participation in broadband policy making

Over $4 billion in potential broadband funding is being influenced by FCC actions. Policies that influence decisions made at the regional and local level are on the table. If you care about broadband, this is one show you don't want to miss.