- RT @ComcastPolicy: FCC Begins Rulemaking Process to Protect an Open Internet #netneutrality https://t.co/KkTvaYyvEr
- RT @NCTAitv: Statement from @chairmanpowell RE FCC Approval of "Restoring Internet Freedom" Notice of Proposed Rulemaking: https://t.co/7Tm…
- RT @NCTAitv: .@chairmanpowell on @CNBC says benefit of light-touch regs is companies will engage in "more risk taking and innovation."
- RT @chairmanpowell: Survey showed 78% of Americans consider the internet an important economic force. Not Surprised. https://t.co/3J36L9Kom…
- RT @NCTAitv: Putting up barriers slows innovation. More at: https://t.co/fCognm8mG4 https://t.co/9KLPEuVADI
- RT @NCTAitv: We believe in an open internet with light-touch regulation. So do most Americans. More at: https://t.co/fCognm8mG4 https://t.c…
- RT @raleys: It's a big day for #Sacramento! Congratulations @Mayor_Steinberg on launching Thousand Strong, supporting youth workforce devel…
Just as California cable broadband has evolved, so has its power to use technology in a way that positively transforms our society.
California is among the largest and most diverse states in the nation. It possesses a unique personality, a sophisticated lifestyle and vibrant economy.
The Golden State is comprised of 38 million people living in an area that stretches more than 163,695 square miles from the Oregon border to Mexico.
Californians speak more than 207 different languages. There are 470 public, non-profit and for-profit institutions of higher learning. The state possesses the most creative workforce in the world. It is the cradle of the entertainment industry – from television, video gaming, music and movies. California is home to technology companies that have reshaped the way people around the world communicate with one another.
High-speed cable broadband makes much of this possible. The industry represents a quiet yet undeniable force that binds Californians together with a vast and robust fiber-optic network that is available to 98 percent of all California households passed by cable.
An astounding one out of every two California households subscribes to cable. And this is just the beginning. With a broadband network second to none, California broadband has laid the foundation for an amazing future and uses for technology that Californians have yet to imagine.
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Funded entirely by California’s cable TV industry, The California Channel is a statewide non-profit public affairs cable television network providing gavel-to-gavel coverage of state government proceedings.