Yesterday, the US House of Representatives voted 400-21 to overturn a proposed change by the Federal Communications Commission to allow one company to own stations that broadcast to 45% of the national market, instead of the current 35% limit. The Senate and the President still have to review the FCC changes.
Archive for July 24th, 2003
I can’t wait to hear the discussion following the publication and/or broadcast of the photos of Saddam Hussein’s deceased sons and whether showing them in the United States media is in good taste. This morning, I heard a radio interview of a man who had lived in places where they paraded the bodies of the [...]
Today’s Connection, a 90.9 WBUR radio program broadcast nationally and over the Internet, will talk about the controversy surrounding whether the British government exaggerated Iraqi weapons reports that the BBC has been covering. It will also discuss David Kelly’s role in the matter. This segment of the show airs from10 to 11 am and may [...]