Broadband & Cable Committee

The Broadband and Cable Committee of Seattle's technology advisory board works on broadband development, including fiber deployment,  and Seattle's pursuit of fiber to the premise (FTTP). We also work on cable franchising and related issues.
Meets: Last Monday of each Month, 6:30 - 8:30 p.m., O'Asian Restaurant  (with free parking available there!)
Chair: Sarah Trowbridge
Staff: Tony Perez
Additional Documents: CTAB Position Regarding Broadband for Seattle (adopted Oct 2010)

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This Monday, April 27th is our next regularly scheduled Cable and Broadband Committee meeting for the Community Technology Advisory Board. We will meet at 6:30pm at O’Asian Restaurant – 800 5th Avenue in downtown Seattle (w/ free parking in the garage below!). At each meeting, we discuss topics related to the accessibility, affordability, and deployment […]
The following position statement was adopted by CTTAB at its 3/10/15 meeting. Position Statement: Low-Income Internet Access Internet access is critical for anyone to keep up in modern American society. Everything from education, job seeking, banking and most government services are routinely offered online. The lack of an Internet connection puts people at a profound […]
The following position statement was approved by CTTAB at its 3/10/15 meeting. Position Statement: Elimination of Cable Districts from the Cable Code The cable code of Seattle regulates how cable franchises are granted within the City’s jurisdiction. Currently, there are two franchisees, Comcast and Wave, with CenturyLink being a potential new entrant in the near […]