Kentucky Wired

Kentucky House Leader Calls For Investigation Into State Broadband Project

Apr 30, 2018

The leader of the Kentucky House of Representatives is calling for an investigation into the deal that created the Kentucky Wired high-speed internet project, a public-private partnership that has cost the state tens of millions of dollars in delays in recent years.

Kentucky Wired was first approved at the end of Gov. Steve Beshear’s administration and is supposed to result in a 3,000-mile fiber optic cable network that stretches to all of Kentucky’s 120 counties.

Companies Warn Ky. Broadband Project Could Fall Apart Without Funding

Apr 6, 2018

Businesses that have invested in Kentucky’s delayed statewide broadband network are concerned that the budget passed by legislators earlier this week doesn’t provide enough certainty that the state will hold up its end of the public-private partnership.


Kentucky Wired on Eastern Standard

Oct 9, 2017
Zach Redding