LA's lack of high-speed Internet options hinders students, studies show by Jason McGahan, LA Weekly
Atteberry: Reliable Internet necessary for Fort Collins' future by Darin Atteberry, The Coloradoan
In today’s digital economy, reliable, high-speed access is a necessity, not only for the tech industry, but also for our health care systems, educational institutions, and thousands of other companies and their employees who work here.
For Maine islands, Internet means opportunity by Fred Bever, National Public Radio
Belfast to develop a community technology plan by FreePress Online
Rural broadband: How long must Orange County wait? by Bonnie Hauser, Durham Herald Sun
Cable lobby claims US is totally overflowing in broadband competition by Jon Brodkin, ArsTechnica
Connecting across the digital divide by KBIA Editor
Broadband & healthcare - just what the doctor ordered by Craig Settles, The Daily Yonder
The digital divide between rural and urban America's access to Internet by CBS News Staff
Last year a federal court defined it as a basic utility like running water or electricity, but in rural areas across America, high-speed internet often ends at the county line.Just 3 percent of people in urban areas lack access to broadband, but in rural areas, 35 percent of people have no access.
That's about 22 million Americans.