Bridging the gap of NJ's digital divide

October 16, 2017

In a state that has nearly 9 million people, about 300,000 residents don’t have access to broadband service.

 

“The solution is building up the infrastructure in the rural communities so everyone can have basic access. In the lower income areas, it’s finding the funding and giving people the resources they need to succeed,” said Peluso.

But how do you do that? That was the topic at the New Start New Jersey and Heldrich Center’s “Bridging New Jersey’s Digital Divide” panel discussion.

NJTV News, October 16, 2017

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