It’s Always Amateur Hour in the Digital Age

When the 1991 Gulf War put CNN on the map, that was the beginning of the end.  Ted Turner’s experiment in 24 hour news had […]

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More Than 3Dimensions

Ownership is the subject of “On the Media’s” recent broadcast from WNYC, and the show’s producers talked to a variety of voices about the ever-shifting […]

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Strange Theater at the CATO Institute

“To keep up even a worthwhile tradition means vitiating the idea behind it which must necessarily be in a constant state of evolution: it is […]

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Pandora Isn’t Exactly Struggling

Yesterday, on Capitol Hill, the House Judiciary Committee held a hearing to discuss the Internet Radio Fairness Act, a bill largely backed by Pandora Media, […]

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Uncrumpling Policy Papers – The Khanna Memo

Are conservatives fixing to adopt a position that copyright is a “government handout?”   Maybe.  Here’s what happened over the weekend: The Republican Study Committee, which for […]

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