Podcast | S01 Episode 14: Inside the broadband meltdown
The U.S. reached the Moon eight years and two months after President John F. Kennedy called such an accomplishment “the key to our future.” It has been eight years and five months since Gov. Deval Patrick called to close the state’s “digital divide” — with the finish line as much as two years away for some towns.
In this week's podcast, the Eagle Eye Team explores why it has taken so long for broadband internet service to reach homes in many rural towns in the Berkshires.
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