The Benton Foundation has compiled an excellent wrap-up of testimony and press coverage of yesterday’s Senate Commerce Committee hearing on network neutrality.
Archive | April, 2008
After listening to Chairman Martin’s testimony [PDF / webcast] to the Senate Commerce Committee today, along much of his Q&A with members of the committee, I can’t help but think that Martin is really walking a tightrope. On the one hand, he asserts quite confidently that the Commission has the legal right to enforce its […]
Stanford law Prof. Larry Lessig apparently recorded his own testimony at the FCC hearing last week, and sync’d it up with his PowerPoint/Keynote slides into a nice little video that he’s posted to his blog. I tuned in too late to catch his presentation last Thursday, and the hearing wasn’t even over by the time […]
I didn’t even know it was happening, until I saw Free Press’ tweets this morning. They’re live-twittering it right now if you want to follow along: Martin: Failure to disclose network management practices or tolls would be unreasonable. Actual practice of discrimination may or may not be Dorgan is questioning Martin, trying to make a […]
On today’s radioshow I also played a portion of Tim Robbins’ not entirely scheduled keynote speech to the National Association of Broadcasters convention on Monday, in which he excoriated the mainstream media industry saying, “â€œWe are at an abyss as an industry and as a country.” Robbins’ excerpt is in the first part of the […]