Apr 21, 2004

Some NPR listeners thought Don Gonyea, the network's White House reporter, was rude to the President last week. Ombudsman Jeffrey Dvorkin says in his latest column that Gonyea was "well within the bounds of fair journalistic practice." (Via Romenesko.) Also: Ketzel Levine's interview with Laura Bush, and 35,000 e-mails about Bob.
The FCC's April 15 request for comments on rule changes required for digital radio is online. (PDF.)
Former WFMU DJ Douglas Wolk looks at filthy words and the FCC's shifting definition of profanity in this Village Voice essay.