Broadband Update from TAM2017

MTUG Events

Wed., September 13, 2017, 12-1 pm

WEBINAR - Webex

[Downloads Available]

MTUG broadcast their September Webinar LIVE from Booth #16 at TAM 2017 from 12pm-1pm on Wednesday September 13th.

MTUG was on site to celebrate the 50th Convention of the Telecommunications Association of Maine! We heard from leaders with municipal broadband and rural broadband initiatives and got a chance to highlight TAM's work and convention activities.

Learn more about TAM at this link here: http://tamnet.org/


A diverse panel of telecom leaders joined us to discuss the challenges in expanding and improving broadband across Maine, particularly in rural areas, as well as the initiatives currently in the works. They will also be on hand to answer questions.

If you're new to the work of TAM, please listen to the Webinar's beginning, when we have TAM Executive Director Ben Sanborn take a moment to discuss TAM's mission and activities, their 50th landmark convention, and where the next 50 years may take them.

To learn more about the Telecommunications Association of Maine, please visit http://www.tamnet.org/.

Many thanks to our MTUG board members Austin Brower and Mark Hopper for coordinating and assisting with this session.


Speakers

Beth Osler

Director of Customer/Industry Relations, Unitel

Mike Reed

State President Maine-Vermont, FairPoint Communications

Ben Sanborn

Executive Director, Telecommunications Association of Maine

Alan Hinsey

Director of Marketing, Sales & Communications, LCI (Lincolnville Communications)

(Alan was unable to join us at this session - we'll get him aboard again in the future!)

To reserve your place, please complete the registration form by clicking on the button below.

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Downloads

(All presenter content is posted "as-is" and does not reflect the opinions of or any endorsement by MTUG, its board members, or constituents.)

Mike Reed, FairPoint - Broadband Expansion [PDF]

Beth Osler, Unitel - Fiber, Fiber, Fiber... [PDF]

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(All presenter content is posted "as-is" and does not reflect the opinions of or any endorsement by MTUG, its board members, or constituents.)