The FCC Enforcement Bureau and pirate radio are the topics of the day, as Prof. John Anderson of Brooklyn College joins us to discuss the broadcast industry’s furor over the Commission’s plans to ratchet down its resident field agent presence around the country. We also tackle the FCC’s $100 million fine levied against AT&T, House Republican efforts to kill net neutrality using the power of the purse, and President Obama entering Marc Maron’s garage for an episode of the WTF podcast. As usual, Jennifer Waits gives us a college radio update–with some bonus high school radio stories–and Matthew Lasar gives us a short lesson in American cultural history as part of his proposal for “hybrid hybrow” radio.
- Prof. John Anderson writes DIYMedia.net
- AT&T Mobility Faces $100M Fine For Misleading Consumers
- Sneak Attack on Net Neutrality Picks Up Steam in the House
- President Obama on WTF with Marc Maron
- DIYMedia.net: FCC Radically Revises Enforcement Drawdown
- Brooklyn PirateWatch on Twitter
- Digging in to the Early History of High School Radio Station KBPS
- Judd Apatow discusses high school radio on Fresh Air
- KEXP to Launch “Under the Needle: the KEXP Sessions” over College and Community Radio
- K-PLUM: the case for KUSP as a hybrid classical radio station
- Paul will discuss digital radio on WAMU’s Kojo Nnamdi Show, Tuesday June 23 at 12 PM EDT
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