CHARLESTON, WV - In today's constantly changing times, internet access has helped companies expand and develop, but in West Virginia, many areas don't have broadband access because of the state's terrain and rural areas.
Now broadband supporters are working on developing a type of internet infrastructure.
President of City Net, Jim Martin, joins WHAG from Charleston to explain how the internet infrastructure would help the Eastern Panhandle.
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