As you may have read, just the other day AT&T announced its intended purchase of T-Mobile for $39 billion. With the move, AT&T will be the largest mobile carrier in the nation, serving about 130 million Americans.
Many factors likely hastened the acquisition. Chief among them is the lack of spectrum and related infrastructure for AT&T [...]
Seems in this weekend’s House deficit-cutting exercise, public media got a haircut – federal subsidies for PBS will end if the House budget holds sway. Not surprisingly, PBS (and all its supporters in the media, blogosphere, twittersphere and on Capitol Hill), were freaking out.
As one series of highly organized “grassroots” tweets trilled:
RT @jcstearns: New House [...]
When I look at the picture of the horrifically tortured Khaled Said I am sickened. A government willing to do this – perhaps to thousands of “disappeared” Egyptians over the past 30 years – to silence dissenting voice, to kill humanity, deserves to be reviled by the world.
Technology brought Said’s (and Egypt’s) horror to our [...]
Though Free Press outwardly expressed condemnation at the approval of the Comcast-NBC Merger earlier this month, they really got a lot of what they bargained for. After their extensive lobbying blitz – with approximately 35 different FCC communiqués, including over 20 individual meetings with FCC Commissioners and their staff – it’s clear they helped shape [...]
It looks like the Soros machine isn’t done with Net Neutrality, even after its December coup at the FCC.
Our Soros-supported socialist friends at Free Press just announced that David Saldana will be its new communications director. If that name doesn’t ring a bell, you evidently haven’t been following Mr. Soros’ funding priorities.
Before joining Free Press, he was [...]
Word has it that the Internet is on the brink of a takeover.
Egged on by radical interests, the FCC is poised to impose onerous regulations to guide the medium to a more “open” future. No matter that the Internet is perhaps one of the greatest success stories ever. And that a key to its success [...]
The Germans have a word called Schadenfreude, which roughly translates into taking pleasure in the misfortune of others. It’s the feeling most of us had when we read about Paris Hilton’s latest arrest.
Usually you feel a little guilty, but sometimes life brings an example that’s so crazy it becomes almost funny. In other words, you [...]