FCC offers $67 million more per year for rural broadband programs
Engadget --------- The Federal Communications Commission announced on Wednesday additional funding to its Connect America Fund dedicated to expanding broadband internet service to rural communities. The agency will make available $67 million more per year than originally earmarked for the project. The funds could bring high-speed internet connections to more than 100,000 additional households and businesses, per the FCC. To learn more click on the picture below to read the article.