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FCC broadband map discrepancy areas see up to 62 percent variation

Southern District Public Service Commissioner Sam Britton is taking a stand against a recent report published by the FCC. In the FCC’s recent broadband coverage...
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FCC Broadband Internet Coverage in Mississippi

Right here in Harrison County, the Federal Communications Commission reports more than 92 percent of the population has access to broadband internet, but a...
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New law lets electric co-ops offer internet

Twenty five electric cooperatives now have legal authority to offer high-speed internet service. Governor Phil Bryant signed House Bill 366 and it became law immediately....
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CABLE ONE HELPING FAMILIES IMPACTED BY SHUTDOWN

Good news for Cable One customers who are being affected by the government shutdown, assistance may be here for you. If you are a government...
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Commissioner calls for high speed internet access for all Mississippians

Public Service Commissioner Sam Britton is calling for high speed internet access for all Mississippians. He’s on set with more.
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High speed internet in Mississippi

Mississippi Public Service Commissioner Sam Britton is calling for high-speed internet to reach residents in all parts of the state. Britton said in a statement...
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FCC Chairman talks internet access on the Coast

As part of a continued mission in closing the digital divide, the chairman of the Federal Communications Commission is on a week-long tour of...
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Latest On Internet Sales Tax

Some tax experts and conservative groups are questioning a proposed Mississippi regulation that would require large sellers to collect taxes on internet sales. Revenue Commissioner...
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Internet Tax

After the Mississippi house voted on Wednesday to pass a bill organizing efforts to collect taxes from amazon and others that sell goods to...
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Biloxi Mayor Andrew ‘FoFo’ Gilich Live In Studio

There’s no doubt the Biloxi City Council has been extremely busy lately, from discussing water rates, infrastructure contracts and even the possibility of an...

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