Because every American
should have access
to broadband Internet.

The Internet Innovation Alliance is a broad-based coalition of business and non-profit organizations that aim to ensure every American, regardless of race, income or geography, has access to the critical tool that is broadband Internet. The IIA seeks to promote public policies that support equal opportunity for universal broadband availability and adoption so that everyone, everywhere can seize the benefits of the Internet - from education to health care, employment to community building, civic engagement and beyond.

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Broadband Fact Book

Here you'll find convenient research items culled from the best broadband data sources. If you need to find bite-sized talking points on a tight deadline, you're in the right place. We've already done the hard part for you!

Facts tagged with Time Warner Cable

Google invested about 1/8 of the AT&T rate in 2008

–  less than half that of Comcast, and about 2/3 that of Time Warner Cable.

Research Area: Investment & Jobs

Tags: google, investment, at&t, comcast, job creation, time warner cable

The Internet Ecosystem: Employment Impacts of National Broadband Policy, Larry F. Darby, Joseph P. Fuhr, Jr. and Stephen B. Pociask, American Consumer Institute

In the first quarter of 2009, Time Warner Cable gained 36,000 basic-video subscribers, which the company attributed mainly to the publicity around the broadcast digital TV transition.

Research Area: Broadband Adoption

Tags: broadband adoption, subscribers, time warner cable, broadcast, digital tv transition, basic-video

Todd Spangler, “Time Warner Cable's Britt: Usage-Billing Episode ‘A Bit Of A Debacle,” Multichannel News. May 29, 2009.
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