Analysts Don Kellogg and Roger Entner discuss the latest news in telecom, media, and
0:26: The National Telecommunications and Information Administration unveiled its rules for distributing the federal funding for broadband access and what that looks like for providers.
1:47: Roger defines the “Middle Mile” and what it means to the companies and consumers.
3:12: The satisfaction results that Don and Roger run every week - what do consumers prefer?
7:33: The importance of speed in today’s broadband market and which delivery methods produce those speeds.
8:43: What Volumetric Video is and why the NTIA should be more technology agnostic.
10:11: When will we be likely to see shovels hit the ground and are there going to be issues with supply chains or staffing that will affect this rollout?
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