Paper Tiger TV has been producing thought-provoking and challenging television programming for 25 years. Before the age of the internet, DVD and widespread VCR ownership, much of Paper Tiger’s programming was seen on public access stations around the country, and on satellite TV (not DBS like DirecTV, but old-school BUDs). Collectively organized, Paper Tiger was […]
Archive | October, 2007
You don’t have to wait for the mediageek radioshow mp3 & ogg to be posted Sunday night. Tune in and hear the show live at 5:30 PM Central, Fridays on Community Radio WEFT’s live webstream.
I continue to be intrigued by these little “Hi-Def” camcorders (scare quotes intentional) by Sanyo, even if not enough to acquire one. I haven’t been able to get my hands on one because I don’t know anyone who has one and no local stores carry them. When they first came out last year reviewers gave […]
Matthew Lasar notes that the FCC responded to media reform groups’ petition to extend the deadline for public comment on the ten ownership studies it released as part of the current review of media ownership rules. The Commission will use these studies to justify the changes it makes, so it is very important for members […]
Ars Technica reports on a change in the terms of service for AT&T broadband customers that gives the company the company to terminate service for anyone who “tends to damage the name or reputation of AT&T, or its parents, affiliates and subsidiaries.” Yes, it’s overbroad, overly vague, and therefore probably too difficult to enforce across […]