Joly MacFie joly at punkcast.com
Mon Mar 9 16:00:51 PDT 2020

Save the date! Read the report
Note that we only get a one month window to show these webinars up before
they disappear behind the SHLB paywall ($250).

While this is USA-oriented, there should be good content for anyone dealing
with state-sponsored connectivity.

ISOC Live posted: "On Tuesday March 24 2020 at 1pm EDT (17:00 UTC) the
Internet Society Livestream Channel will webcast a SHLB Coalition webinar
'Anchoring State Broadband Efforts'. A new report from the Broadband
Research Initiative at Pew Charitable Trusts explores nine s"

[image: livestream] <https://livestream.com/internetsociety/statebroadband>On
*Tuesday March 24 2020* at *1pm EDT* (17:00 UTC) the* Internet Society
Livestream Channel <https://isoc.live>* will webcast a* SHLB Coalition
<https://shlb.org/>* webinar '*Anchoring State Broadband Efforts*'. A new
from the *Broadband Research Initiative at Pew Charitable Trust*s
explores nine states exemplifying “promising practices” in their broadband
programs. Community anchor institutions (CAIs) are essential partners in
closing the digital divide, on both a state and local level. 'Anchoring
State Broadband Efforts' will zero in on three case studies highlighted in
Pew’s report that demonstrate the various roles CAIs play in shaping and
executing state broadband initiatives. Speakers include: *Crystal Ivey*,
Broadband Director, Tennessee Department of Economic and Community
Development; and *Anthony Neal-Graves*, Executive Director, Colorado
Broadband Office, and Chief Operations Officer, Colorado Governor's Office
of Information Technology. Moderator: *Anna Read*, Officer, Broadband
Research Initiative, Pew Charitable Trusts.

*LIVESTREAM: https://livestream.com/internetsociety/statebroadband

*PARTICIPATE: http://bit.ly/2TCCo7R <http://bit.ly/2TCCo7R>*

*TWITTER: #broadband + @SHLBCoalition <https://bit.ly/2F9kzpj> |
#PewBroadband <https://bit.ly/pewbb>*



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