Craig Settles’ views on broadband business strategy and developments in the industry are frequently sought out by the media. He is a frequent resource and contributor for technology, business and daily news outlets. Here is a listing of his recent coverage.


Daily Yonder (10/3/18): Could TV Whitespace Get Real With Microsoft Initiative?

Morning Consult (9/18/18): Making the Case for Telehealth and Community Broadband

Daily Yonder (7/20/18): Telehealth Changes Could Help Rural Seniors Age in Place

Govt Technology (7/18/18): Chattanooga Catches the Telehealth Bug

Daily Yonder (4/9/18): Telehealth — the Ideal Marketing Tool for Rural Municipal Networks

Broadband Community Magazine (Jan/Feb): Health Care Hubs: The Future Of Telemedicine and Broadband

Health IT Outcomes (1/11/18): The Telehealth Spirit Is Willing, But The Broadband Is Weak

Daily Yonder (8/29/17): The Promise of Telemedicine Depend on Bandwidth, Technology

BroadbandBreakfast (5/2/17): It’s Time for Co-ops To Stand Up and Embrace Broadband

RCR Wireless (3/20/17): Give wireless a bigger seat at the broadband deployment table

Govt Technology (1/25/17): Can Hybrid Wired/Wireless Infrastructure Stop the Broadband Hype?


MedCityNews (10/4/18): Why broadband and telehealth are interconnected

LinkedIn (9/11/18:  Anchor Organizations in Allentown need to address Digital Inclusion

mHealthIntelligence (9/7/18): Planning a Hospital Strategy for Broadband, Telehealth Expansion

MedCityNews (2/9/18): How the Trump admin’s broadband policies will impact telehealth

E-Commerce News (5/9/17): John Oliver’s Viewers Flood FCC Site With Net Neutrality Concerns

FierceTelecom (2/2/17): Tennessee, Virginia municipal broadband proposals reignite debate

Blandin on Broadband (1/24/17): How, when, why to use hybrid fiber-wireless (11/16/16): After Google Fiber fizzles: What’s next for high-speed broadband?

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