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From improving the nation's infrastructure to securing stable funding and advancing rural development, NTCA-The Rural Broadband Association is working to build a better broadband future.

Every day small rural broadband providers work hard to deliver vital broadband services that spur innovations in business, education, agriculture, community and telehealth. Their steadfast commitment to serving the communities they call home makes them rural America’s trusted solution providers.

NTCA CEO Shirley Bloomfield discusses rural broadband infrastructure, USF and RUS.



From Our Blog

Wireless Needs Wires and 5G Will Need It Fiber Fed

Recently, I had the opportunity to talk with The Hill on a story they ran on Rural America and 5G and was really appreciative of the chance to tell the rural side of the story.

Africa Has Telecom Top of Mind

We know that there is a rural/rural-digital divide in the United States but fly about 18 hours east and a tad south of our nation’s capital and you hit the challenges of providing access to East Africa. 

A Long Road Ahead

NTCA activated our Disaster Relief Clearinghouse but what we are likely to be sharing in the days ahead are the needs that these companies have to help their employees – most of whom have been displaced – to simply get through the next few weeks.