Public-private partnerships offer a promising opportunity to attract capital to build next generation networks, both wireline and wireless. States and localities are increasingly motivated to incent private sector investment in broadband through concessionaire arrangements in which a private partner finances, builds, and operates a network over decades, in return for a public sector financial commitment. KentuckyWired was the first such U.S. P3, and cities as varied as San Francisco and Pikeville, KY are currently considering broadband P3s. And the Trump administration has signaled that the federal government may provide financial support for the model. Attend this webinar to learn about the model and understand how it may impact fiber deployment—and federal funding opportunities– in the next few years.