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Ms. Catharine Rice B.

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Broadband-Matters

Broadband-Matters

Background Information

Affiliations

Board Member
National Association of Telecommunications Officers and Advisors

Education

masters degree

University of Pennsylvania's Annenberg School of Communications

Web References (79 Total References)


Atlanta 2012 | FISPA LIVE

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Panelists: Catharine Rice, President @ SEATOA; Wayne Wishart @ GRUCom (City of Gainesville), Tina Mooring @ Computer Central of Wilson (Pending): Brian Young @ CTI, Lou Comer @ Georgia Municipal Association, David Snyder @ VOLState; and Sam Cook @ Seimitsu

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After the session Catharine Rice, a panelist and owner of Broadband-Matters and President of www.SEATOA.org (association of 4 states TN/GA/NC/SC), was a great contributor to a roundtable discussion on how to engage local and state governments and in her opinion "local Service Providers are of increasing importance" in providing alternatives to incumbent carriers.
FISPA also held a webinar May 17 on this same topic and it was the highest rated 'attentive' webinar as tracked by Go To Webinar statitics portal. Join Catharine (and perhaps a representative from NATOA) and other FISPA members to discuss the status of local government broadband initiatives, how to work with/or against them, and be updated on what the incubent's carrier (telephone and cable) are doing in response or anticipation of them.
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Catharine Rice has been a cable and broadband consultant to North Carolina communities and to the Triangle J Council of Governments for 10 years, helping them plan and deploy local broadband systems, administer local cable franchises, and maintain and fund PEG channels. During this time she has assumed numerous leadership roles in educating municipal officials and advocating for local broadband and video systems. These efforts included contributing to the development and implementation of North Carolina's first municipal fiber-to-the-home network by implementing a broadband feasibility study for Wilson, NC, and speaking before state legislative committees over the period of four years to promote community broadband systems, in local public meetings, and before municipal officials. She also spearheaded the successful passage of North Carolina PEG legislation and amendments that provide @$34,000 annually per eligible community to fund local community public, education and government channels. Catharine is the President of SEATOA, an association representing local community broadband planners and community video programmers in four states: NC,SC, GA and TN.


Panelists: Catharine Rice, ...

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Panelists: Catharine Rice, President @ SEATOA; Wayne Wishart @ GRUCom (City of Gainesville), Tina Mooring @ Computer Central of Wilson (Pending): Brian Young @ CTI, Lou Comer @ Georgia Municipal Association, David Snyder @ VOLState; and Sam Cook @ Seimitsu

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After the session Catharine Rice, a panelist and owner of Broadband-Matters and President of www.SEATOA.org (association of 4 states TN/GA/NC/SC), was a great contributor to a roundtable discussion on how to engage local and state governments and in her opinion "local Service Providers are of increasing importance" in providing alternatives to incumbent carriers.
FISPA also held a webinar May 17 on this same topic and it was the highest rated 'attentive' webinar as tracked by Go To Webinar statitics portal. Join Catharine (and perhaps a representative from NATOA) and other FISPA members to discuss the status of local government broadband initiatives, how to work with/or against them, and be updated on what the incubent's carrier (telephone and cable) are doing in response or anticipation of them.
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Catharine Rice has been a cable and broadband consultant to North Carolina communities and to the Triangle J Council of Governments for 10 years, helping them plan and deploy local broadband systems, administer local cable franchises, and maintain and fund PEG channels. During this time she has assumed numerous leadership roles in educating municipal officials and advocating for local broadband and video systems. These efforts included contributing to the development and implementation of North Carolina's first municipal fiber-to-the-home network by implementing a broadband feasibility study for Wilson, NC, and speaking before state legislative committees over the period of four years to promote community broadband systems, in local public meetings, and before municipal officials. She also spearheaded the successful passage of North Carolina PEG legislation and amendments that provide @$34,000 annually per eligible community to fund local community public, education and government channels. Catharine is the President of SEATOA, an association representing local community broadband planners and community video programmers in four states: NC,SC, GA and TN.


Panelists: Catharine Rice, ...

fispalive.com [cached]

Panelists: Catharine Rice, President @ SEATOA; Wayne Wishart @ GRUCom (City of Gainesville), Tina Mooring @ Computer Central of Wilson (Pending): Brian Young @ CTI, Lou Comer @ Georgia Municipal Association, David Snyder @ VOLState; and Sam Cook @ Seimitsu

...
After the session Catharine Rice, a panelist and owner of Broadband-Matters and President of www.SEATOA.org (association of 4 states TN/GA/NC/SC), was a great contributor to a roundtable discussion on how to engage local and state governments and in her opinion "local Service Providers are of increasing importance" in providing alternatives to incumbent carriers.
FISPA also held a webinar May 17 on this same topic and it was the highest rated 'attentive' webinar as tracked by Go To Webinar statitics portal. Join Catharine (and perhaps a representative from NATOA) and other FISPA members to discuss the status of local government broadband initiatives, how to work with/or against them, and be updated on what the incubent's carrier (telephone and cable) are doing in response or anticipation of them.
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Catharine Rice has been a cable and broadband consultant to North Carolina communities and to the Triangle J Council of Governments for 10 years, helping them plan and deploy local broadband systems, administer local cable franchises, and maintain and fund PEG channels. During this time she has assumed numerous leadership roles in educating municipal officials and advocating for local broadband and video systems. These efforts included contributing to the development and implementation of North Carolina's first municipal fiber-to-the-home network by implementing a broadband feasibility study for Wilson, NC, and speaking before state legislative committees over the period of four years to promote community broadband systems, in local public meetings, and before municipal officials. She also spearheaded the successful passage of North Carolina PEG legislation and amendments that provide @$34,000 annually per eligible community to fund local community public, education and government channels. Catharine is the President of SEATOA, an association representing local community broadband planners and community video programmers in four states: NC,SC, GA and TN.


The Internet Distinction

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Catharine Rice, SEATOA


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