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Eventgroove – Everything You Need to Know About All-In-One Fundraising Campaigns

Big news! Eventgroove is getting even more powerful. Starting April 15th, you can run multiple types of fundraisers at once on the same page.  We’re calling them All-In-One fundraising campaigns

Does America Want to Invest in Broadband?

You’re reading the Benton Institute for Broadband & Society’s Weekly Digest, a recap of the biggest (or most overlooked) broadband stories of the week. The digest is delivered via e-mail each Friday.

A Relay is Born: the Missoula Valley Internet Co-op Grows One Radio Link at a Time

As we’ve discussed in prior articles, and in our previous community call, the success of this community owned and operated network that we are building hinges upon two things:

Grant Application Assistance Available through Montana Small Business Development Centers for Shuttered Venues

“The Montana Small Business Development Center Network is adding to our portfolio of specialized, no-cost business assistance for the live venue-related industry businesses in Montana,” said Chad Moore, Montana SBDC State Director.

Leadership Series starts April 13th – Online

Never has effective leadership been more important, or more challenging.

The Montana Departments of Commerce and Public Health & Human Services announce the public comment period for the 2020-2024 Consolidated Plan for Housing and Community Development (Consolidated Plan)

The Consolidated Plan is developed every five years and helps the Montana Departments of Commerce and Public Health and Human Services assess affordable housing and community development needs to determine funding priorities and program structure for CDBG, HOME, Housing Trust Fund, and Emergency Solutions Grants.

Local Franchising, Big Cities, and Fiber Broadband

If states want more private fiber to be expanded in their big cities, it appears clear that allowing cities to negotiate on their own behalf is one powerful option that needs to be restored.

14 Productions to Share $500,000 in Big Sky Film Grants to Film in Montana

“Film, television and commercial productions have a direct economic impact in Montana, creating good-paying jobs and infusing outside dollars into Montana communities,” Montana Film Commissioner Allison Whitmer said.

PFL Promotes Nick Runyon to President

Seasoned marketing executive will oversee marketing, sales, product and professional services

Montana Main Street Grants Awarded to Revitalize Downtowns in 8 Communities

“Funding through the Montana Main Street Program invests in communities across our state, encouraging economic growth to make Montana’s local economies stronger and create more opportunities for Montanans.” Commerce Director Scott Osterman