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C’ville Family Jams sponsored by Ting

C'ville Family Jams

C’ville Family Jams

Ting presents C’ville Family Jams, a poolside concert series for kids and families. We’re proud to be working alongside community leaders Charlottesville Families in Action to ensure each concert benefits a different local non-profit. Charlottesville Families in Action is committed to positive stewardship both locally and globally by fostering community engagement and service in C’ville’s youth.

Last weekend, we jammed with Grammy-award winning children’s artist 123 Andres and the proceeds were donated to Legal Aid Justice Center to help protect migrant farmworkers’ rights.

Get crazy fast Internet at the Jefferson

These days, concert-goers don’t just observe, they participate. Whether its on Instagram, Snapchat or Facebook, going to a show is about capturing and sharing moments.

That’s why it’s important to have the fastest Wi-Fi around at the Jefferson.

Starting today, concert-goers at the Jefferson can connect to Ting’s crazy fast fiber Internet for free while watching their favourite artists. You can upload posts to social media and engage with performers and other audience members. And no matter how big the crowd is, you’ll always get a great connection on Ting.

So, why the free Internet? It’s a part of a larger program to allow Charlottesville residents to experience gigabit outside of their homes. Ting is available at the places around town that make Charlottesville so special.

What other businesses have free Ting Wi-Fi? Here’s a list.

Turn your TV into the ultimate music entertainment system

Turn your TV into the ultimate music entertainment system

Whether it be at a party, your business, or just working around the house, music is a major part of everyday life. What better way to enjoy music than by turning your huge TV into the ultimate musical centerpiece?

There are several great music services designed for your TV and here are just a few of our favorites.

FCC chair plans to rollback net neutrality protections

FCC Chairman Ajit Pai announces decision to rollback Title II classification
Ting believes strongly in your right to online privacy as well as to neutral access to the Internet that isn’t swayed by whatever content deals or arrangements an Internet service provider might have in place. That’s why we stand opposed to recent efforts to abolish net neutrality protections put in place by the FCC.

Net neutrality laws help the FCC force ISPs to behave, now the FCC wants to allow those companies to monitor themselves. If you disagree with FCC Chairman Ajit Pai’s announcement last week to rollback net neutrality laws, learn what you can do to help save the Internet right now.

Live from Tom Tom Founders Festival 2017

Ting Internet has been a proud sponsor of Charlottesville’s Tom Tom Founders Festival since we first arrived in town. What’s it all about? In the above presentation, we spoke to Celia Castleman (Associate Director of Tom Tom Founds Festival) about the event’s history and goals.

What can gigabit Internet do for your city?

Ting Internet has been proudly sponsoring Charlottesville’s Tom Tom Founders Festival since we first arrived in town. This year, our CEO Elliot Noss, was invited to speak on a panel discussing what fiber Internet can do for a city. Joining him is Mayor Andy Berke of Chattanooga, the city to watch for how the best Internet access improves cities; Sheila Dugan of GovEx at Johns Hopkins University and Aimee Meacham of the National Telecommunications and Information Administration. The panel discussion was moderated by Deb Socia of Next Century Cities.

It’s a lively discussion that covers everything from public/private partnerships to over-the-air Internet.

Apologies for the audio quality. This panel discussion took place in a room where a loud air conditioner was competing for everyone’s attention. We eliminated the noise as much as we could.

This was not our first time speaking with Deb Socia. Check out our interview with her from two years ago at the fiber lighting ceremony in Westminster, MD.

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