2016 West Virginia AP Legislative Lookahead Photo

Discussion on broadband expansion in West Virginia was diverse during the afternoon panel of the West Virginia AP legislative Lookahead, held at the Marshall University’s South Charleston Campus. Frontier’s Kevin Wallick, senior vice president and general manager of the company’s Mid-Atlantic Region, explains areas being served by fiber and copper lines in the state. Participating in the panel were, from left, Gale Given, W.Va. chief technology officer; Elanie Harris, representative of the Communications Workers of America; Wallick; and Sen. Chris Walters, R-Putnam. The panel was moderated by Rob Byers, co-editor of The Charleston Gazette-Mail. West Virginia Press Association Photo – Don Smith

2016 West Virginia AP Legislative Lookahead Photo:

Discussion on broadband expansion in West Virginia was diverse during the afternoon panel of the West Virginia AP legislative Lookahead, held at the Marshall University’s South Charleston Campus. Frontier’s Kevin Wallick, senior vice president and general manager of the company’s Mid-Atlantic Region, explains areas being served by fiber and copper lines in the state. Participating in the panel were, from left, Gale Given, W.Va. chief technology officer; Elanie Harris, representative of the Communications Workers of America; Wallick; and Sen. Chris Walters, R-Putnam. The panel was moderated by Rob Byers, co-editor of The Charleston Gazette-Mail. West Virginia Press Association Photo – Don Smith

Discussion on broadband expansion in West Virginia was diverse during the afternoon panel of the West Virginia AP legislative Lookahead, held at the Marshall University's South Charleston Campus. Frontier’s Kevin Wallick, senior vice president and general manager of the company’s Mid-Atlantic Region, explains areas being served by fiber and copper lines in the state. Participating in the panel were, from left, Gale Given, W.Va. chief technology officer; Elanie Harris, representative of the Communications Workers of America; Wallick; and Sen. Chris Walters, R-Putnam. The panel was moderated by Rob Byers, co-editor of The Charleston Gazette-Mail. West Virginia Press Association Photo - Don Smith
Discussion on broadband expansion in West Virginia was diverse during the afternoon panel of the West Virginia AP legislative Lookahead, held at the Marshall University’s South Charleston Campus. Frontier’s Kevin Wallick, senior vice president and general manager of the company’s Mid-Atlantic Region, explains areas being served by fiber and copper lines in the state. Participating in the panel were, from left, Gale Given, W.Va. chief technology officer; Elanie Harris, representative of the Communications Workers of America; Wallick; and Sen. Chris Walters, R-Putnam. The panel was moderated by Rob Byers, co-editor of The Charleston Gazette-Mail. West Virginia Press Association Photo – Don Smith
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