WildBlue: In The News
The Latest Stories
Broadband Out of the Wild Blue
AgWorld – November 23, 2010
In an audio-recorded interview with Matt Farr of WildBlue, the company talks about its next satellite set to launch in late 2010. The satellite will allow even more rural residents to get satellite Internet.
Tapping the Web, 22,000 Miles Up
NY Times · August 2010
The New York Times explains how the forthcoming WildBlue satellite will “dwarf [our] predecessors in space.” Even with new satellite technology and even faster Internet speeds for rural customers, WildBlue will continue to offer affordable rural high-speed Internet.
Recent News Stories
WildBlue hopes to fly high with share of stimulus funds
Denver Business Journal · April 2009
Lisa Scalpone, WildBlue Communications vice president of legal and government affairs, speaks with The Denver Business Journal about efforts made by WildBlue to influence the government’s allocation of $7.2 billion in federal stimulus money. The money is earmarked to advance rural high-speed Internet, a WildBlue specialty.
Internet Ranching – You may need help taking that leap into the 21st century. (PDF)
Working Ranch Magazine · March 2008
Read this telling feature story about a marketing agency that has successfully helped ranchers and agricultural businesses. Take special note of the reporter’s mention of WildBlue. Without high-speed Internet, many businesses could not succeed the way they do in rural America.
Upstate New York Maple Syrup Business Running Smoother Thanks to WildBlue
Customer story · May 2008
MKS Enterprises makes the investment to get satellite Internet from WildBlue and adds at least an hour of productive time back to their work day because of it. Tom and Linda Todd state that going with WildBlue is simply a good business decision.
With a Dish, Broadband Goes Rural
NY Times · November 2006
Even in towns less than 100 miles from urban centers such as Boston, Mass., high-speed Internet was hard to find for a long time. However, since WildBlue has made it so easy to get satellite Internet that has changed. The New York Times examines our influence.
“Rocket Man” – Communications Engineering & Design Magazine
CED Magazine · September 2004
In this one-on-one interview with the CEO of WildBlue Communications, Tom Moore, Tom talks about rural high-speed Internet, the company’s very beginnings, funding, and more.