Our third podcast in this series examines why the accuracy of the federal government’s broadband mapping is important, (because it is used to identify what an unserved area is for funding),  and what one North Carolina consultant and the state’s Broadband Infrastructure Office are doing to pierce through and correct these inaccuracies. This session provides a useful understanding of the complexity of identifying where broadband infrastructure exists and how collecting consumer feedback helps the process.

Chris Mitchell from ILSR interviews Brian Rathbone, co-founder of Broadband Catalysts, and Jeff Sural, the Director of North Carolina’s Broadband Infrastructure office in the Department of Information Technology.