by Amber Healy It’s too soon to know whether the new “sponsored content” policy helps artists or harms them. Payola is the practice—the illegal practice—of a record label paying a broadcaster to […]
If you’re MSNBC, who do you get to provide the anti-FCC net neutrality position for fairness and balance? As usual, while there’s a kerfuffle over major issues I’m down here in the […]
AT&T’s new toll-free data plan is a great idea. For AT&T. Everyone else, not so much. It’s been a bit since I’ve written about net neutrality (really, it’s been a while since […]
Limbaugh is slowly dying, like the dinosaur that he is, bit by bit. As sponsors escape, he doesn’t need any help from the FCC. Thus, I disagree with calls that he be fired. Just watching him losing advertisers is a joy in itself – the beginning of the end.
From the “The Feds Are The Last To Know Department”: The Federal Communications Commission released a study today reporting that an “explosion of online news sources in recent years has not produced […]
“Hollywood is so crooked that Mafia gangsters are entirely outclassed and don’t stand a chance. People in Hollywood are smarter. They have more sophisticated knowledge of money and deals and how to […]
“I think women rule the world and that no man has ever done anything that a woman either hasn’t allowed him to do or encouraged him to do.” Who said it?
“Ordinary life is pretty complex stuff.” Who said it?
A few days ago FCC Chair Julius Genachowski suggested that the administration was seriously considering abandoning the president’s uncompromising pledge to enforce net neutrality. Some suggested at the time that the comments […]
Wow, 100 issues of Nota Bene! Props to Russ for helping me for a while with this nifty little S&R feature. Never mind all that now, let’s get on with this issue. […]