Podcast: What's the story with satellite broadband?

Today on the "What's the Story?" podcast we talk with Light Reading's Jeff Baumgartner about the state of satellite broadband.

Jeff has been keeping us up to date on the much-talked-about Starlink satellite service from SpaceX, as well as other satellite competitors in the field like HughesNet and Viasat.

He's here today to talk more about the difference between these players, recent developments in the satellite broadband space and why they matter and what's likely to happen next.

The "What's the Story?" podcast is a Light Reading production. You can find all of Light Reading's editorial and custom audio programs on Apple Podcasts, Google, SoundCloud or Spotify.

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Nicole Ferraro, contributing editor and host of "What's the Story?" Light Reading

11/17/2020 |
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