A New York City deal highlights how public radio and Spanish broadcasters are expanding as newspapers and commercial stations are contracting.
The NY Times is wrong about delaying the digital TV transition. At least factually.
The FCC says COMCAST is throttling its Internet telephone competitors. Literally.
Marie-Antoinette and Barrack Obama wouldn’t be breaking bread together over the February digital TV transition date.
When you rip off a text, are you being ripped off my your cell phone carrier?
MRI says hybrid car owners are smarter than the average Joe Six-Pack-Pickup owner.
This digital conversion stuff might be a bit harder on some of us.
Today: XM + Sirius. But tomorrow…who knows? Here’s one theory.
Nielsen says that as over-the-air households go digital they watch more TV, and that most of that gain is cable programming. Sanford C. Bernstein & Co. Inc. analyst Craig Moffett says “the digital TV transition could represent a once-in-a generation catalyst for cable stocks.” The analysis posits that digital signal coverage will be less than what non-cable consumers are used… Read more →
The FCC says NO to COMCAST’s interfering with P2P sites they feel are naughty and not nice to their network.