HARRISBURG – The Center for Rural Pennsylvania’s Board of Directors will release a report on broadband availability and access in Pennsylvania at a press conference on Monday, June 3, 2019 at the State Capitol Building in Harrisburg.

The report presents the results of a year-long research project measuring median broadband speeds across Pennsylvania.

WHO:  The Center’s Board of Directors: Senator Gene Yaw, chairman; Representative Garth Everett, vice chairman; Dr. Nancy Falvo, Clarion University of Pa., secretary; Stephen M. Brame, Governor’s Representative, treasurer; Senator Katie J. Muth; Representative Eddie Day Pashinski; Dr. Michael A. Driscoll, Indiana University of Pa.; Dr. Lawrence Feick, University of Pittsburgh; Dr. Stephan J. Goetz, Northeast Regional Center for Rural Development; Dr. Timothy Kelsey, Pennsylvania State University; and Darrin Youker, Governor’s Representative; and Sascha Meinrath, Penn State University’s Palmer Chair in Telecommunications.

WHEN:  Monday, June 3, 2019 at 11:30 a.m.

WHERE:  Capitol Building Main Rotunda – Upper Level (outside of the Lt. Governor’s Office), Harrisburg, PA.



Barry Denk, Director

The Center for Rural Pennsylvania

(717) 787-9555



Christine Caldara Piatos

Communications Manager

The Center for Rural Pennsylvania

(717) 787-9555


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