On today’s mediageek radio show I decided to give an update to all the various non-happenings and news regarding the impending FCC review of media ownership rules. It’s sort of a continuation and elaboration of Wednesday’s blog entry, Growing Awareness of the Media Monopoly Threat, But Will It Do Any Good? Click for more below. […]
These are the news headlines as read on the mediageek radio show on Friday, Dec. 6, 2002.
Stories include: FCC Chair Sets Public Hearing on Media Ownership Regs; New FCC Commissioner; Patents May Threaten Open Web Standards; FCC Reduces Pirate Fine; Don Imus Ranch Gets Visit From FCC; Speedway fined for 1 watt station.
These are the news headlines as read on the Nov. 8 edition of the mediageek radio show.
Stories include: FCC Extends Ownership Rule Comment Deadline; Digital TV Causing Analog TV Interference; Aussies To Block “Protest Websites”; Freak Radio Reporter Arrested by City Council Member; The Microsoft/ DOJ settlement
These are the news headlines as read on the Nov. 1, 2002 edition of the mediageek radio show.
Stories include: Advocacy Group Asks for Public Hearings on IBOC; Public Thinks Media Is Too Big; DOJ Blocks Echostar-DirecTV merger; WA Rep. Discourages Govt Free Software Use
Stories in this edition of headlines include: More time sought for media-ownership review; Senate Holds Up Dem FCC Nominee; WMATA/Metro Provides Free Ad Space for Anti-Gay Group