Feb 28, 2003

"The old-fashioned idea of the airwaves as public property still excites both ends of the political spectrum . . .," reports The Washington Post's Marc Fisher from the FCC's media consolidation hearing in Richmond.
NPR's Bob Edwards interviewed Pacifica's Brian DeShazor about the radio network's efforts to preserve its valuable archive of historic audio tapes. NPR's page includes an extended version of the DeShazor interview and clips from archive recordings.
The Onion needles NPR's Corey Flintoff this week--see fifth item, "News in Brief." (Warning: gratuitous explicit language.)