Broadband is necessary for education, telehealth, economic development.
Representative Jake Johnson relates disparity in education and telehealth to the lack of broadband in this video.
The WNC Broadband Project aims to support communities interested in ensuring access to reliable, truly high-speed internet service.
It develops tools to empower individuals, communities, and area leaders in advocating effectively for their digital needs.
As a community-supported initiative building on the work of West Next Generation Network (WestNGN), it is not owned or controlled by any affiliate of WestNGN.