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Thursday, April 8, 2010

 
2 Radio Shows about the Comcast v. FCC Decision
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Here are two radio programs that took place today discussing the ramifications of this week's Comcast v. FCC decision. The first was today's Diane Rehm Show on NPR and it featured Ben Scott of Free Press, Amy Schatz of The Wall Street Journal, and Kyle McSlarrow of the National Cable and Telecommunications Association (NCTA). I can't embed it directly here but you can listen to the hour-long show here.

The second program was on KQED - San Francisco's "Forum with Michael Krasny." It featured Declan McCullagh of CNET.com, Art Brodsky of Public Knowledge, Eric Klinker, president and CEO of BitTorrent, and me. You can listen to this hour-long debate by clicking below.

posted by Adam Thierer @ 7:19 PM | Broadband , Net Neutrality , The FCC

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