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Broadband, consolidation and neutrality are my subjects this evening on Olympia’s community radio station KAOS. In order of their attribution on the show, here are the links to my sources from tonight’s 30 minutes. Stream or download the archived show by CLICKING HERE.

Broadband money begins to flow from Broadband Breakfast

The Killer App of 1900 by Glenn Fleishman on Publicola, Seattle’s News Elixir

Research shows doubts about effect of stimulus by Matt Lasar from Ars Technica

McDonalds launching free WiFi by David Coursey from PC World

Google is providing free WiFi at 47 US airports

MuniWireless coverage of first grant winners announcement

Broadband report on stimulus grant winners from Scribd

Rural broadband grants will help America compete by Ben Scott, Free Press

Measure results of $7.2b broadband funds by Charles Benton & Kate Williams

Obama: Cash vs. Principles by Kim Hart from The Hill

Why FCC should stop Comcast from buying NBC by David Coursey from PC World

Don’t let Telecom segregate the Internet by Malkia Cyril, Chris Rabb & Joe Torres

FCC questions Comcast-GE venture by David Goetzl from Media Post

Comcast’s voluntary public interest commitments from Bloomberg

Exposing Comcast’s hollow ‘Public Interest’ commitments from Free Press

Where does Comcast/NBCU rate on ‘Trade Association Scale”? by Harold Feld

PEG Channels’ New Best Friend by Bunnie Riedel, for Multichannel News

Broadband in yo face (AUDIO) from MAG-NET

Majority of minorities not using Internet from Internet Innovation

LPFM: Out of the House, into the Senate by Candace Clement

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Digital Crossroads is back. Hosted by Radioactive Gavin with headlines, clips and original interviews focusing on community media, grassroots activists and government officials.

LISTEN to or DOWNLOAD the pilot.

Pilot features interviews from the 2008 Free Press Conference on media reform. Dennis Moynihan of Democracy Now! and Free Speech TV. Joe Torres of Free Press. Sam Husseini of Institute for Public Accuracy and Washington Stakeout. Malkia Cyril of Center for Media Justice.

Series topics: Media literacy & media justice… How technology politics affect journalism, free speech and your everyday life… Nationwide blackout of analog TV and transition to digital… The Supreme Court takes on the FCC and broadcast indecency… Privacy and surveillance under Republicrats… The record industry, local radio and the future of music… Plus, network neutrality and the latest news about the news…

Remember, change starts with you! Let me know if you’re listening…

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