Within a 13,000 square-mile area in West Virginia and Virginia, cell phone transmissions, Wi-Fi, and even microwave ovens are restricted – by law. This is the National Radio Quiet Zone, established in 1958 to protect the National Radio Astronomy Observatory at Green Bank, West Virginia, from harmful interference. But what’s it like to live here?
Producer: Brad Marshland
Camera: Ricky Montalvo, Mario Framingheddu
Editor: Mario Framingheddu