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Survey says: How are North Carolinians getting their news?

Broadband access, spotty internet, news deserts focus of new Carolina Public Press project Broadband access is essential infrastructure, but North Carolina has a significant digital divide. At least 1.1 million North Carolina households lack access to a broadband connection, cannot afford an internet subscription or do not have an adequate device. Additionally, many lack experience […]