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This report from the Pew Charitable Trusts highlights practices for state programs aimed at expanding broadband access to un- and underserved areas.Based on interviews with more than three hundred representatives of state broadband programs, Internet service providers, local governments, and broadband coalitions, the report identified five promising and mutually reinforcing practices: stakeholder outreach and engagement at both the state and local levels; a policy framework with well-defined goals that connects broadband to other policy priorities; planning and capacity building in support of broadband infrastructure projects; funding and operations through grant programs, with an emphasis on accountability and data collection; and program evaluation and evolution to ensure that lessons learned inform the next iteration of goals and activities. The study explores how nine states — California, Colorado, Maine, Minnesota, North Carolina, Tennessee, Virginia, West Virginia, and Wisconsin — have adapted and implemented different combinations of those practices to close gaps in broadband access.
Provides transcripts of a May 10, 2002 symposium of more than 100 current and former fellows of the NAJP to discuss the future of arts journalism.
Presents the first comprehensive study of how the arts are covered. This report has become the benchmark for assessing future trends in arts coverage in the United States.
Contains an edited and abbreviated transcript of a National Arts Journalism Program panel on the state of arts journalism.
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