Jack Shafer’s take on the New York Times Reader, a new computer edition that was released today: “The Times Reader succeeds — as no other software has — in cramming a daily newspaper into a computer and making it 1) readable and 2) navigable.”
Are CT FNC viewers in danger of losing their station? Meanwhile, why was CNN the only network to air Mahmoud Ahmadinejad’s UN speech live?
Carl Bernsteinstands by his man, resulting in “a rousing ovation.”
IU released a study showing that there are fewer full time journos working for daily newspapers and radio stations. Also fewer journos identify themselves as Dems.
The FCC “declared the latest and most lucrative auction of the public airwaves closed on Monday, with bids totaling nearly $13.9 billion.” The AP reported that the commission auctioned off 1,087 licenses over 28 days — the largest amount of radio spectrum usable for wireless services made available since the agency went to an auction format in ’94. The proceeds will go to the U.S. Treasury.