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A New Web Series
Education On Demand. Robotic
surgeries from across the world.
Discover new internet tech that
fiber optics is making possible.

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EPISODE 6:
VIDEO IN DEMAND
About 60% of all internet traffic is online video...and much of it is watched on YouTube. We’ll see how broadband and YouTube will change the future of entertainment, and meet the young filmmakers leading the way.

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EPISODE 5:
DREAM MACHINE
3D printing and broadband allows creators to collaborate in ways never before imagined. MakerBot’s Bre Pettis explains how two inventors on opposite sides of the world designed a life-changing prosthetic together.

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EPISODE 4:
A BROADER EDUCATION
A new world of online education lets you learn almost anything from the comfort of your couch. But can a broadband connection replace the classroom? Featuring Lynda Weinman of lynda.com.

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EPISODE 3:
ROBODOC
Robotic Surgeries are changing the world of medicine. But one Doctor wants to use fiber optic broadband to let surgeons perfom life-saving operations...from home.

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EPISODE 2:
THE CONNECTED FUTURE
Smart lights. Smart fridge. Smart…dog feeder. See what life might look like when every device in your life is connected. The smart tech revolution is here. Can your connection handle it?

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EPISODE 1:
THE LAST MILE
American tech is leading the way in the 21st century. But our internet speeds are stuck in the past. There was only one way to catch up: someone had to take the fiber optic network the last mile.

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Extras and Outtakes

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THE LAST MILE
EXTRA: THINK SMALL
A single optical fiber can replace tens of thousands of older lines, and it’s smaller than a human hair.

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THE LAST MILE
EXTRA: FIBER SCIENCE
How do fiber optic cables transmit light? Verizon’s Andy Whitt and Corning’s Claudio Mazilli explain.

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THE LAST MILE
EXTRA: OPTIC ORIGINS
Corning scientist Claudio Mazilli explains how fiber optic cables are manufactured.

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THE LAST MILE
EXTRA: LOWER MANHATTAN
To provide fiber optic internet to all of lower Manhattan, it all starts at this little gray box.

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THE LAST MILE
EXTRA: TECHNICIANS
Upgrading the nation is no easy feat, and FiOS technicians receive advanced training to get the job done.

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THE LAST MILE
EXTRA: SPLICING THE
FUTURE
Electrical tape won’t cut it. Watch a Verizon tech use a fusion splicer to join fiber optic cables.

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