Second-Class Net Citizens

And yet less than one-half of 1 percent of American households currently subscribe to a satellite-based broadband service. In light of satellite TV’s astounding success story, why has broadband-via-satellite failed to follow the same growth track?

Twenty-five years ago, when big dishes began sprouting up like mushrooms throughout the U.S., thousands of rural Americans descended on a U.S. Congress that was deliberating about whether to make the technology legal. By giving voice to their concerns, rural American ensured that their access to TV programs via satellite would continue to place them on an equal footing with their urban counterparts.

Fast-forward to 2006 and it is obvious that not enough is being done to bridge a new multimedia divide that once again places rural Americans at a disadvantage. Full Story…

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