Hear from Federal Communications Commission representatives about the rules and process to apply for $100 million available in funding via the Rural Broadband Experiments. Sign up for the webinar today.
Sign up to participate in a national webinar:
How to Apply for the Rural Broadband Experiments
Date: Thursday, August 28th
Time: 1:00pm Eastern
The National Rural Assembly's Rural Broadband and Policy Group invites all rural stakeholders to participate in a national webinar in cooperation with the Federal Communications Commission that will explain how to apply for funding from the Rural Broadband Experiments - a program that will fund projects to bring broadband to rural areas.
Space is limited. Register now.
Recently, the Federal Communications Commission launched the Rural Broadband Experiments - a $100 million funding initiative seeking proposals that bring advanced telecommunications services to Rural America. Deadline to apply is October 12th 2014. For the first time, cooperatives, municipalities, nonprofits, anchor institutions, and Tribal governments will be able to access federal funding to bring broadband service to rural areas. This is a historic opportunity for entities committed to rural communities.
On Thursday, August 28th at 1:00pm Eastern, join the Rural Broadband Policy Group and the National Rural Assembly on a webinar featuring Jonathan Chambers from the Office of Strategic Policy and Analysis and Carol Mattey from the Wireline Competition Bureau, to learn about the rules and process to apply for the Rural Broadband Experiments.
JOIN US and learn about how your community, organization, cooperative and local provider can take advantage of this funding opportunity. Read the full Report and Order launching the Rural Broadband Experiments here: http://www.fcc.gov/document/rural-broadband-experiments-order