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5/6/2010


CBC host Budd says firing felt like drowning

Filed under: Radio Today — Charlie Summers @ 8:29 pm

From The Star: CBC host Budd says firing felt like drowning

From the article: “Barbara Budd recalls thinking ‘Why me?’ as she gets ready for her final sign-off”

I can’t help but wonder if NPR executives moved to Canada…it sounds like the same bone-headed move those clowns made with Morning Edition. Now I have another program I’m not going to listen to…

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New U.S. Push to Regulate Internet Access

Filed under: News — Charlie Summers @ 1:10 am

From The Wall Street Journal: New U.S. Push to Regulate Internet Access

From the article: “The decision, by Federal Communications Commission Chairman Julius Genachowski, is likely to trigger a vigorous lobbying battle, arraying big phone and cable companies and their allies on Capitol Hill against Silicon Valley giants and consumer advocates.”

Can’t wait to see how this plays out, and how the consumer will get screwed (and by whom).

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