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Monday, February 09, 2004

 

"Study finds broadband boost is feasible for Southern Indiana"

MSNBC reports:
"Broadband, or high-speed Internet access, is not a new technology. But 70 percent of the geographic area in a seven-county region in Southern Indiana -- and about 50 percent of the population -- still do not have high-speed Internet service, according to a broadband feasibility study that was released earlier this week. On the positive side, the report indicated that expanding broadband service is a realistic goal for the region, said Ron McKulick, executive director of Southern Seven Workforce Investment Board Inc.

The organization is a nonprofit workforce-development agency that is Southern Indiana's counterpart to Louisville's Kentuckiana Works. Southern Seven commissioned the study last summer to examine the feasibility of broadband in its region, which consists of Clark, Crawford, Floyd, Harrison, Orange, Scott and Washington counties in Indiana."

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