Broadband Is Rural Economic Development

Regardless of whether it is agriculture, education, manufacturing or service industries, broadband is a must-have infrastructure to spur rural economic development, says Jessica James Golden, Strategic Outreach Manager of NTCA. As such, NTCA’s members are in a special position to help market the communities they serve, as well as bring various community members together to drive growth. In the above interview, Golden discusses the panel she moderated and how the speakers on that panel reflected NTIA’s efforts to work with various groups, such as NREDA, at the national level to help its members economic development efforts.

Coverage of the 2015 IP Possibilities made possible by NTCA.

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