The Times has a useful description of the the way the video portion of the service will work:
The headend building is the origination point for all the video programming and will also house the telephone and Internet equipment. A satellite dish farm and tower-mounted antenna array will gather the video signals. All three services — TV, telephone, Internet — will be converted to light and distributed to customers across approximately 877 miles of fiber optic cable.
The Ind’s take is encapsulated in the post’s title: “LUS fiber project starts next week.”
Anybody see trucks rolling? Or some of those doorhangers? Inquiring minds want to know.