Barack Obama and John McCain
Back in 1960 the skills required to become President of the United States changed forever.  That was the year that John F. Kennedy debated Richard M. Nixon on national network television for the first time.  When reminiscing about Kennedy’s win, pundits love to cite that he was tanned, good looking, had great hair and had Continue Reading →
KEVIN MARTIN conceded defeat yesterday for his suggestion that the 70/70 rule is in effect. He withdrew a report that contained the 70/70 claim as justification for further cable regulation and will re-submit his proposal without it in the coming months. Martin’s plan to lower channel lease fees for independent networks was passed and will Continue Reading →