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Closing the digital divide in Los Angeles County.


The Los Angeles Digital Equity Action League (LA DEAL) Consortium is a collaborative, community-driven process to assess and tackle the broadband gaps that exist in both urban and rural communities across the Los Angeles region.

We are the California Public Utilities Commission (CPUC) approved and funded Regional Broadband Consortium for Los Angeles County.

This Regional Broadband Consortium for Los Angeles County seeks to address broadband access in a systemic and equitable way. We work to include true community representation and develop a strong infrastructure of civic leaders representing business, education, nonprofits, and government, so that underserved and disadvantaged people have equal access to affordable, reliable, and high-speed internet service, and the devices and training to optimize their use.


05/25/22 Affordability Taskforce Meeting

SUMMARY: Planning for high-quality, sustainable, affordable, and equitable service for households and communities.

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06/06/22 Policy & Advocacy Taskforce Meeting

SUMMARY: Discussion of relevant public policy, regulatory and best practices to identify priorities for public…

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06/07/22 Broadband Adoption Taskforce Meeting

SUMMARY: Broadband Adoption Taskforce mission is to identify and support opportunities to remove barriers and…

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Op-Ed: Biden Administration Celebrates Telecom Companies Undermining his Agenda

SUMMARY: May 9, 2022, by Sean Gonsalves, Institute for Local Self-Reliance The Biden Administration is…

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Community Broadband Bits Podcast Episode 504: Introducing the American Association of Public Broadband

SUMMARY: During episode 504 of the Community Broadband Bits Podcast, hear from Bob Knight (CEO,…

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LAUSD Will Pay For High Speed Internet In Every Student Household, For A Year

SUMMARY: May 3, 2022, LAist  Earlier this week, the district announced that it will pay…

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