Chattanooga, Tennessee, has a lightning-fast, publicly-run broadband network that has attracted a lot of tech talent to the city. But as the city builds an economy around technology,one thing is becoming apparent: There’s a gaping divide between those who are tech-savvy,and those who aren’t. In some neighborhoods, as few as one in five households has an internet connection. Can Chattanooga bridge its digital divide?
Slate Magazine has a number of podcasts, this is from a series they call “Placemakers”.
The current podcast on Chattanooga is called “Internet for All” released Sep 05, 2016.