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Radio on Health Care Reform: Not Fair and Not Balanced

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My View on Radio Covering Health Care (Apr 6, 2010) I heard many valid criticisms from Roger and the others against the health care, but to be fair, they should have taken the time themselves to rattle off how the ...

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Cox Cable Touting Free HD In Radio Ads

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I keep hearing those Cox Cable commercials on the radio that tout "Free" HD in their ads. Well, is it really free if you have to spend extra money for a converter box and a digital gateway fee to get ...

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Could Radio Drop Music Altogether?

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From Allaccess.com: The Performance Rights Act, H.R. 848, was passed out of The House Judiciary Committee earlier Wednesday in a 21-9 vote. The bill, which essentially ends radio's royalty exemption, has been amended to spare low-revenue stations from being unduly ...

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Memories of Analog TV: The 90s and 00s

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We now conclude my memories of the analog TV era. In 1991, Cox finally began carrying WGN on its cable lineup. KTTV was dropped to make room for it. Finally, a 24-hour Nickelodeon/Nick at Nite channel was seen at my ...

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Memories of Analog TV Addenda 60s-80s

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There were a few things that I have remembered about analog TV since the first three decades were written in the past few weeks. In around 1978, I discovered a public access channel called Community Video Center (I think) on ...

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Memories of Analog TV: The 1980s

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My memories of cable TV were getting fuzzier as the later years went on because they were expanding the channel lineups from 25 to 36 to 52 channels by the end of the 80s. At the end of the 80s, ...

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Memories of Analog TV: The 70s

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Memories of Analog TV: The 70s The 70s were a groovy time for TV when I was growing up from childhood to my late teens. There were game shows, variety shows, sitcoms, comedies, reruns from the previous decades, sketch shows, ...

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Random Thoughts

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from sandiegoradionews.com: Is Sophie planning to flip to Amp Radio? Will 91X get a new morning show partner? Will we get to hear the regular season Padres on Walrus 105.7 FM this year? Could Clear Channel radio be thinking about ...

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Past Cable Channel Lineups

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Anybody know of or memorized the entire cable TV channel lineups of the 60s and 70s? Did most of them carry all of the Los Angeles VHF stations? Did any carry some of the Los Angeles UHF stations? Reposted from ...

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Memores of Analog TV: The 60s

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Memories of Analog TV: The 60s (Feb 11, 2009) Back in the 60s, we didn't have all those digital channels, but we had access to a 12 channel cable system. Over the air, we picked up channel 6, 8, 10, ...

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Commentary: Radio's Becoming Obsolete?

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Commentary: Radio's Becoming Obsolete? (Feb 3, 2009) From my own website, sandiegoradionews.com It might be a time for me to retire the "San Diego Radio News" name as "radio" might become a thing of the past at the rate this ...

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Thoughts About The Clear Channel Massacre

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The mass pinkslipping of 9 percent of the Clear Channel employees this past Tuesday just reminds us on how low commercial radio has become for the newer generations ahead of myself. It's sadder to think that a burger flipper at ...

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Delaying the DTV Deadline?

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So with the Feb 17 deadline just a mere five weeks away, there is talk in the radio gossip communities about President-elect Obama considering putting the pause on the Digital TV mandate. Tom Taylor of radio-info states in his radio ...

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What Radio Means to San Diegans Today

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San Diego is a city that's fully wired for the Internet. Since the dark cloud of corporate control of terrestrial radio covered most of San Diego, broadband Internet has been replacing dial-up phone line Internet as more people get broadband ...

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