Category Archives: FCC

CBS employee fired over Paterno episode

Poynter reports:  Former employee Adam Jacobi says CBS let him go after he published a story last Saturday night saying that former Penn State football coach Joe Paterno had died when he was still alive. If this was a … Continue reading

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FCC’s wireless mic ban imposes unfair burden

I’m thinking out loud here. Five or six wireless microphones. It doesn’t sound like a lot. Multiply that by thousands of wireless mics rendered useless by the federal government and it adds up.  It may place an unfair burden worth … Continue reading

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