Arizona getting nearly $1B for high-speed broadband. Here's how that money might be spent
Arizona will be getting nearly $1 billion from the federal infrastructure law to help get high-speed broadband to residents who don’t currently have it.
It’s part of several efforts to connect those who are unconnected or under-connected, both in Arizona and across the country.
The Show spoke about how that money might be spent and what kind of impact it could have with Shirley Bloomfield, CEO of NTCA, the Rural Broadband Association.