As a follow up to the previous story, today Wired News reports that AOL and Time Warner have signed a “memorandum of understanding” that they will open up access to T/W’s broadband service so that customers will be able to use ISPs other than AOL. A glimmer of light in an otherwise dark night, but […]
Archive | February, 2000
Wired News reports that AOL Chairman Steve Case and Time Warner chairman Gerald Levin are to appear before the Senate Judiciary Committee on Tuesday to discuss the planned merger of these two companies. I’m sure it’s unlikely that there will be any truly challenging questions leveled at these two, especially regarding how the merger will […]
The Associated Press has a quick article on the House move to kill Low-Power FM before it even starts.
Current Magazine, the journal of publc radio, has an article on the Pacifica stringers strike.
Stephen Dunifer of Free Radio Berkeley released a nice announcement of upcoming micropower and radio production seminars and activities in support of micropower and low-power radio. Click here to read the announcement OR go to the Free Radio Berkeley website.