The story of 23 million rural Americans who live without internet
Twenty-three million Americans who live in the US countryside don’t have access to the internet. Officials in these areas worry that without this vital connection to the outside world, young people will continue to move away, decimating rural populations.
We look at solutions to help the lives of people in a rural area, who have to commute 80 kilometers to find the closest broadband internet connection. Reporter/Camera: Deepak Dobhal, Adapted by: Martin Secrest/Philip Alexiou