Fiber Film Festival

This Fiber Film Festival offers professional short documentaries about community broadband networks and the need to ensure everyone has high-quality Internet access. Please enjoy these films and share them.

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Ammon's Model: The Virtual End of Cable Monopolies

The city of Ammon, Idaho is building the Internet network of the future. Households and businesses can instantly change Internet service providers using a specially-designed innovative portal.

Follow Ammon's cutting-edge approach on MuniNetworks.org. ⤏

Do Not Pass Go

Small communities battle monopolistic telecoms over the right to build locally owned gigabit networks. You can organize a Do Not Pass Go screening by following our guide.

The fight for Pinetops is not over. Never miss an update. ⤏

Gig City Sandy: Home of the $60 Gig

Located at the foot of Mount Hood in Oregon, Sandy's municipally-owned full fiber network offers gig Internet service for under $60 to every resident in the city.

This affordable model of high-speed Internet service is possible in every community in the U.S. ⤏

Dividing Lines

This four-part series uncovers the complex web of political and economic forces to educate stakeholders and catalyze policymaking that elevates the interests of the people over the interests of a handful of corporations.

We can solve these digital divides together. Read more. ⤏

The Birth Of Community Broadband

Glasgow, Kentucky, was the first municipal network to deliver broadband to everyone in the community. This town of 14,000 people took a leap of faith in the 1990s and invested in new infrastructure for the future. They set off a movement across the U.S. with hundreds of small towns building their own community networks. Explore the Community Networks Map at MuniNetworks.org. ⤏