Mar 1, 2005
In the MP3 era, "the art of the set and the segue is in imminent danger of dying," writes WFMU deejay Dave Mandl in the Brooklyn Rail.
Posted by Mike at 4:25 PM
Indicating perhaps that PBS did not have to fear some four-letter words in a recent Frontline, the FCC yesterday chose not to stifle the right of (actors playing) soldiers to swear while risking their lives in war. (Surprised?) The order (news release, full text) rejected indecency complaints about ABC's airing of Saving Private Ryan last fall.
Posted by Steve at 9:27 AM
PBS's president stands by her decision ("not an easy one") to pull the two-mommies episode of Buster, reported Broadcasting & Cable. “I wouldn’t inject PBS stations into a culture war they did not start and cannot stop,” Pat Mitchell said at an AWRT meeting Feb. 25. Via Benton.org.
Posted by Steve at 9:11 AM