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The Seven Dirty Words Aren’t Dirty Anymore (Kind of)

by Matthew L. Schafer On Tuesday the United States Court of Appeals for the Second District in New York ruled that the Federal Communications Commission “fleeting expletive” rule for television broadcasters was vague and may produce a chilling effect.  As … Continue reading

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Week in Media Rewind

by Matthew L. Schafer This week marked the continuation of the Comcast/NBCU merger review, continued pushback from BP public relations, and word that the National Security Agency (NSA) would work with the private sector to set up a cybersecurity/surveillance program … Continue reading

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Comcast Faces Endemic Customer Service Problems on the Eve of Merger Reviews

by Matthew L. Schafer The review of the merger between Comcast and NBC will likely start back up tomorrow.  This comes after the Federal Communications Commission (FCC) stopped the half-year review on June 24 after Comcast and NBC failed to … Continue reading

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