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November 2016

Meet Tony!

By DC Access | Internet, WiFi

Tony - DC Access Team

As a DC Access customer, chances are you have met Tony, our resident internet and TV installation expert for residential single-family homes and small businesses.  Tony Curseen has been a member of the DC Access team since 2010! Tony spends 99% of his time out in the field visiting customers and connecting them to DC Access service.  He loves getting up on the roofs of buildings in the city and looking down and out at the great view stretching before him.  When he is in the office, he enjoys getting updated on new developments at the company and getting out of the weather.

Tony isn’t just a DC Access employee; he is also a customer! He finds DC Access service incredibly reliable – and the best part is that he knows exactly who to call if there ever is an issue!

Tony is a DC native – he grew up on K St NE, just 6 blocks from where he lives now.  Tony is a family man – he has four kids and he loves spending time with them.  In his free time, Tony likes to escape the city and travel or go fishing.

Tony is a big fan of Indigo, a takeout Indian restaurant on K St NE.  For a more scenic day, Tony likes to spend time at the United States National Arboretum or the Fredrick Douglass National Historic Site in Southeast.

Tony is always ready and able to help DC Access customers have the best service possible.  Be sure to say hi next time you see Tony around the neighborhood!

Don’t Miss a Second of Election Night Coverage!

By DC Access | Internet, WiFi
i-voted-2Election Day is finally here!  Like most DC residents, we will be glued to our devices to make sure we don’t miss a moment of the exciting Election Night results.  Not sure where to turn for the most up-to-date news? Let DC Access help!
Broadcast channels and Cable News channels will provide some of your best election night streaming coverage.  The big three (CBS, NBC, and ABC) will offer live results and frequently updated news feeds.  You can also catch live-streams on CNN,MSNBC, and FoxNews (depending on your political leaning).
Twitter is also getting into the Election Night live-streaming fray.  Twitter recently announced a partnership with Buzzfeed to stream the night’s news.  Buzzfeed’s news reporters will be reporting live from New York.
The Washington Post is introducing a new Election Night streaming experience with live programming, a viewing party, and real-time updates.  We think viewing election results straight from the floor of the Washington Post is pretty cool!
Or maybe you have Election Fatigue?  Turn your ringer off and plug into a Netflix marathon!