With tens of billions of dollars in government subsidies now available to build new broadband networks in unserved and underserved areas, cable operators and rival providers are lining up for grants to build new fiber, HFC and wireless networks and help close the Digital Divide. But, even with those public subsidies in place, that task is much easier said than done because of the equipment, labor, materials, contractors, regulatory, energy costs and other hurdles they face. How are cablecos and their vendor partners tackling these issues? What types of networks are they planning and building? In this session, we will delve into these issues and more.