Broadband Access in the U.S. During COVID-19, New Data Dashboard From the NCTA (The Internet & Television Association)
The trade association representing large cable companies has developed the NCTA COVID-19 dashboard, which uses data submitted by large cable operators to track network activity during the pandemic. Major cable operators provide the majority of broadband connections in the U.S., connecting 72 million households and business locations, NCTA-The Internet and Television Association reports.
The new NCTA COVID-19 dashboard currently aggregates network performance data from Charter, Comcast, Cox, GCI, Midco, and Vyve.
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See Also: Comcast Specific Internet Usage Data
Note: We’ve Added the NCTA and Comcast Resources to the infoDOCKET COVID-19 Collection
Other Recent Additions Include:
- Reporters Without Borders (RSF) Launches Tracker 19 to Track COVID-19’s Impact on Press Freedom
- Digital Platform Responses to Misinformation During the Pandemic (via Public Knowledge)
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