Jun 28, 2002
Cory Doctorow, NPR's principal critic during this whole linking debacle, still finds plenty to dislike about NPR's revised policy. The latest article in Wired also includes some of his comments.
Posted by Mike at 11:50 AM
WFUV's folkie listeners and the New York Botanical Garden's orchid-lovers conflicted politely at yesterday's FCC hearing in the Bronx, giving the New York Times lots of material for cultural stereotyping. The issue: WFUV's half-built tower, which the Garden says ruins the skyline. Herewith: WFUV's side and the Garden's side. Nothing about the tower has been easy: its federal subsidy was held up by First Amendment issues.
Posted by Steve at 9:52 AM