Current press

The Daily Freeman:
Radio Kingston Community Fund helps area residents make ends meet amid virus outbreak

Urban Omnibus:
Communications, Con Cariño

Urban Omnibus:
Building the People’s Internet

The Equitable Internet Initiative Comes to Kingston

Global Media Technologies and Cultures Lab:
Community Networking for Healing and Power in Central Appalachia

Press from the Past

The New Republic:
Can the Internet Survive Climate Change?

Next City:
Yesterday’s Internet Isn’t Good Enough for Tomorrow’s Cities

Learning English:
Mesh Networks Keep Americans Connected During Natural Disasters

Fast Company:
How New York’s Businesses Are Preparing For The Next Sandy-Sized Storm

NPR’s IdeaStream:
Meeting of the Minds 2017: Greta Byrum

MarketplaceTech (starts at 3:30)

Reasons to be Cheerful Podcast:
Tech for Good with Ed Milliband

The Bronx Ink:
The Point is Bringing Resilient WiFi to Hunts Point

What Happens to the Internet After a Disaster?

Far Rockaway Businesses Get Special Wi-Fi To Stay Online in Future Storms

The Wave:
EDC Debuts Wi–Fi Downtown

Digital Equity and Tech Policy
(in partnership with The New School Digital Equity Research Initiative)

Next City:
On addressing NYC’s digital equity challenges

5G hype won’t close the digital divide

Capitol Pressroom/WQXR:
On the first primarily online decennial census and the digital divide

Citizenship question dropped from census, but advocates fear ‘damage has been done’

Roll Call:
Is the census ready for its online debut?

City Lab:
The Sum of All 2020 Census Fears

As 2020 Census Looms, Citizenship Question Isn’t the Only Concern