Features related to broadband

David Carr, Susan Crawford
April 30, 2014 | Moyers & Company

Democracy loses if the Internet’s sold to the highest bidder — and that may be exactly what’s about to happen. Watch the full show now » Continue reading

In this Dec. 3, 2009 file photo, a sign outside the Comcast Center, left, is shown in Philadelphia. (AP Photo/Matt Rourke, file)
February 15, 2014 | Blog

When it comes to media, bigger is not better. Continue reading

Main Street in downtown Hugo, Colo. (AP Photo/Ed Andrieski, File)
July 23, 2013 | Blog

Discover why companies like AT&T want to unplug the way roughly 19 million Americans still communicate with the rest of the world. Continue reading

Georgia State Capitol building in Atlanta, Georgia. Photo by J. Glover courtesy of Wikicommons.
March 13, 2013 | Blog

A coalition of Georgia mayors, counties and local activists overcame an industry-backed bill that would have prohibited municipalities from building their own broadband networks. Continue reading

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Updated May 1, 2014 | Blog

A map of broadband access shows how your community measures up to the rest of America. Continue reading

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February 8, 2013

Telecommunications policy expert Susan Crawford says our government allows media conglomerates to put profit ahead of the public interest. Continue reading

For Fiber pin
February 7, 2013 | Blog

How one Louisiana town fought telecom companies to build one of the fastest networks in the nation for its residents. Continue reading

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February 5, 2013

Susan Crawford joins Bill to discuss how powerful media conglomerates put profit ahead of the public interest when it comes to Internet access. Continue reading

savetheinternet-dot-com
October 15, 2006 | Moyers on America

Bill Moyers and journalist Rick Karr report on the challenge corporate America poses to Internet freedom. Then, as now, large and powerful corporations were lobbying Washington to turn the “information superhighway” into what critics call a “toll road,” threatening the equanimity that has come to define global democracy’s newest forum. Continue reading