EVENT Mar 4: K&H Telecom Series: How to Take Advantage of Recently Enacted Broadband Grant and Subsidy Programs, and What’s on the Horizon

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Join Keller and Heckman partners Doug Jarrett, Casey Lide, and Wes Wright on Thursday, March 4, 2021 as they host the second installment of the K&H Telecom Webinar Series: “How to Take Advantage of Recently Enacted Broadband Grant and Subsidy Programs, and What’s on the Horizon“.

With broadband access disparities placed in sharp relief due to the pandemic, new grant and subsidy programs present the biggest opportunity in a decade (or more) to obtain support for broadband infrastructure expansion and the provision of affordable service.

In this session, we will discuss:

  • An update on rules and application processes for recently enacted federal support programs, including:
    • The FCC’s Emergency Broadband Benefit program; and
    • The NTIA’s Broadband Infrastructure Deployment, Tribal Broadband Connectivity, and Connecting Minority Communities grant programs
  • An overview of potential other support opportunities on the horizon, including:
    • Expansion of E-Rate funding in support of distance learning;
    • Broadband support as part of a Congressional infrastructure package; and
    • Other programs and initiatives

This series, running every other Thursday at 2:00pm Eastern from February 18 to May 13, will discuss timely topics in telecommunications law, ranging from pole attachments and broadband funding to wireless compliance and data security.

This webinar is complimentary, but registration is required.

Webinar Details

Date: Thursday, March 4, 2021
Time: 2:00pm – 3:00pm Eastern
Cost: Complimentary

Register here!

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