AT&T’s plan to replace rural copper networks in California with a fixed wireless broadband service running at 10 Mbps download and 1 Mbps upload speeds was presented to the Eldorado County board of supervisors two days ago, on 13 September 2016. The conversion will be subsidised by the Federal Communications Commission’s Connect America Fund phase 2 program, which will give AT&T $360 million in California alone, and $2.6 billion nationwide.
The video was streamed live, and I’ve posted a recording to YouTube. It begins a short time into the presentation, because the county’s feed began while it was in progress. Not much is missing – a few seconds maybe, but not more than a minute or so.