Broadband from the sky attempts comeback

Satellite Broadband access to make a come back with AOL and MSN setting to launch their services this fall.

For years, Internet users living outside urban areas have complained that they can't get broadband access at home. But that's not true. Satellite-delivered broadband, available for nearly five years, was so quietly marketed many consumers aren't even aware of the option. That's about to change, as broadband from the sky is on the verge of a comeback. This fall, the Microsoft Network and America Online will open up a new battlefront 22,000 miles above the earth. Full story. -- Bob Sullivan, MSNBC