We Were on a Break!

Cord-cutters are starting to boomerang back to traditional pay TV after finding that over-the-top services are no less expensive.

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Parents’ Fears About Screen Usage

Parents and children watch the same screens but have different reactions.

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Telehealth and the Digital Divide

Telehealth holds the promise of reducing health care costs and improving health outcomes. However, inadequate broadband in both rural and urban areas prevents telehealth services from reaching those who most need them.

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Telehealth Initiatives Show Promise

Telehealth is beginning to prove its worth as a means of delivering better health care at lower cost. Better broadband is needed to make the promise of telehealth a reality.

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Smarter, Safer Cities Need Fiber

The internet of things promises to streamline municipal functions. Key to the success of any smart-city initiative is a robust fiber backbone.

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Smart Security In Multifamily Buildings

Property owners can benefit by including smart home security offerings as standard features in apartments.

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Video and Violence

Villanova and Rutgers universities share new research on a hot-button subject.

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New Gadgets for the Digital Lifestyle

The consumer tech industry celebrated its mid-summer product launches at CE Week. Our reporter checked out all the new gadgets so you don’t have to.

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Children’s Videos: Not Just Kid Stuff

Digital culture embraces movies, TV, games, music, virtual reality and online viral hits. The blurring of the lines, the proliferating remixes and the cross-platform references don’t faze today’s digital-native kids.

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Putting the Gigs to Work

Highlights of the 2018 Broadband Communities Summit held in May in Austin, Texas

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New Education Initiatives Drive Fiber Demand

SXSW EDU 2018 made clear that as education technology advances, the demand for fast, reliable broadband will continue to grow.

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Get Ready For Generation Z

This column introduced the Generation Z audience in last year’s May-June issue. New research sheds more light on the first “native internet” generation.

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The Middle Ground for Video

In March, 36 local elected officials from Next Century Cities member communities sent the following letter to the FCC in defense of local decision-making for 5G investments, small-cell deployment and the use of public rights-of-way.

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Artificial Intelligence Changes the World

In this issue, the New World of Video column takes a break from video to address a trend that will soon affect all aspects of life – including video services.

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Breaking Up Is Easy to Do

Living without pay TV isn’t as hard as it sounds. All it takes is great internet access.

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A Busy Year Ahead for Broadband

There’s much to look forward to – more fiber to the home, more deep fiber, more wireless, smarter homes and buildings.

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Health Care Hubs: The Future Of Telemedicine and Broadband

Health care and broadband stakeholders collaborate to improve and expand telemedicine.

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Building Fiber to Schools

Here’s a good-news story: The drive to provide high-quality internet service to U.S. schools has made tremendous progress, and the goal of universal connectivity is within sight.

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Too Many TV Choices?

Viewers develop strategies for sorting through streaming, SVoD, cable and other video platforms to find shows to watch.

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Disney/ESPN’s Risky Streaming Strategy

Has Disney traded the cable TV model for a handful of magic beans?

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