Cable's Watching Stimulus Buildouts

October 2010
Multichannel News;10/4/2010, Vol. 31 Issue 37, p22
The article reports on the allocation of the 7 billion U.S. dollar broadband stimulus funds by the U.S. Commerce and Agriculture departments. It mentions that the funds will be used in stimulating the economy of the country as well as on the creation of jobs. It also notes that the Commerce Department's National Telecommunications Information Administration would provide grants for broadband deployment and adoption. INSETS: BTOP BY THE NUMBERS;ELECTION $MACKDOWN.


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