Afghanistan needs a free press, not only for the sake of their journalists’ lives, but it’s absolutely fundamental to improving their government, their laws, and their society as whole.
|By: Josh Mull Thursday July 8, 2010 5:00 pm|
|By: Timothy Karr Thursday July 1, 2010 12:50 pm|
Media giants are spending a fortune to convince lawmakers and regulators to dismantle consumer protections on the Internet and give industry absolute power over the most important communications medium of our time.
|By: Jason Rosenbaum Wednesday June 23, 2010 12:35 pm|
The FCC, which so far has shown surprising backbone when dealing with protecting the Internet, did some incredibly stupid things, which we found out about the other day.
|By: Timothy Karr Wednesday May 26, 2010 11:42 am|
Big phone and cable companies are so determined to dismantle Net Neutrality that they’ve spent millions to flip Congress against you. Earlier this week, many in Congress delivered.
|By: Timothy Karr Thursday May 20, 2010 1:00 pm|
As Comcast shareholders convene an annual meeting to weigh the company’s proposed merger with NBC, customers have a chance to speak out about the crapiness that is Comcast.
|By: spocko Wednesday May 12, 2010 1:35 pm|
Last week I called up Rupert Murdock and, in front of the entire industry analyst community and the media, I asked him how long he was going to subsidize the money-losing Glenn Beck show.
He said that Fox wasn’t subsidizing him. Beck has lost a minimum of 81 advertisers. All he has now are a few random ads, house ads and gold ads.
Race baiting and suggestions of killing political leaders might be popular on the right, but it doesn’t have to be profitable.
|By: Jason Rosenbaum Tuesday April 27, 2010 1:00 pm|
Over 250,000 people signed the petition to the FCC in the wake of the court ruling earlier this month that took away the FCC’s power to regulate the Internet, effectively handing it over to big phone and cable companies. The petition asks the FCC to do the right thing, correct the Bush era mistake, and reclassify broadband so it can be saved from the big telecom companies and regulated properly again.
Now, all eyes are on FCC chairman Julius Genachowski.