I'm in Coos County and I have 4mbps Time Warner cable and TW TV service (both were formerly adelphia) with HDTV included. They offer digital but we don't have digital just regular, but it still comes with 4 free HD channels, 1 movie channel.
The internet speeds I get are far BETTER than every single residential cable/DSL connection I've EVER used in a more populated area, I think because so few people use them up here. I get 600KBps (not kilobits bytes, and yes I know that's above 4mbps but I am not joking) on torrents regularly... so you know, I'm only showing all this off to make my point - there is no lack of media access up here. If you don't like Time Warner, there are a few local companies, we could use Bretton Woods for phone/DSL, but not cable, but of course then there's satellite TV.
Further north, I know Lancaster has cable, and further north to Colebrook at least has Verizon DSL. Lancaster also has the DSL... Berlin has cable probably DSL as well, as does Gorham. Littleton and Bethlehem are also on TW Cable. We're covered... so next time you hear politicians talking about "wiring the north country" or "bringing the internet to the north country" ... they've probably made some stupid assumptions because we definitely have it and it works just great.