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: Brian Hsi, Vice-Chair: Daniel Hoang
Staff: Tony Perez
Additional Documents: CTTAB Position Regarding Broadband for Seattle (adopted Oct 2010)

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Cable Posts on the CTTAB Blog

The City of Seattle realizes there is a need for increased broadband throughout the city and Mayor Murray has outlined his path forward in the Broadband Initiative, including the potential for a municipal broadband option. The City of Seattle’s Citizens’ Telecommunications and Technology Advisory Board is exploring implications of a municipally-owned broadband system in Seattle […]
On February 17, 2014, CTTAB sent a letter to Wave Broadband inquiring about low income Internet access plans. Other Internet providers have low income plans that qualify subscribers and offer plans as low as $10 a month for Internet access. While restrictions apply, these plans do provide an option for Seattle residents. For a full […]
Please join us for a public event this Thursday,  May 22nd, 6-8 p.m. at Seattle Goodwill’s new training center as we release new findings on technology access and adoption by Seattle residents. Learn what more than 2,600 residents who participated in phone and online surveys and focus groups in multiple languages had to say about […]