TQ Teleconnection- September 2017
Rural America Is Building Its Own Internet Because No One Else Will
Broadband Land is an ongoing Motherboard series about the digital divide in America. Follow along here.
Dane Shryock walked over to a map hanging on the wall of the county commissioners' office in downtown Coshocton. He ran his finger along a highway to point out directions to a family farm, where he told me I'd find an antenna placed atop a tall blue silo.
"You're going to want to go straight down 36, turn left on this county road," Shryock, one of three county commissioners in Coshocton, Ohio, said. "There's a cemetery on the left, and then you'll see a big red barn."
Vice- Motherboard (8/29/17)