Broadband Communities Economic Development Conference

Eric Friedman was in Lexington,  Kentucky to attend the Economic Development Conference of BroadBand Communities Magazine where he heard the Lt. Governor and the CIO of Kentucky announce the Kentucky Wired Program a bi-partisan effort with Congressman Hal Rogers.  The program will create a $340 million network of 3,400 miles starting in eastern Kentucky to connect the state and provide Broadband access to communities that might not have the service without the network.


Eric was also meeting with some of the national leaders in the field from Kansas City, Washington DC, Las Vegas, Maryland, Utah, California, Canada and Israel to name a few, to learn from each of them and to share the Broadband Collaborative vision and model with great success.