Media Minutes: October 7, 2005

Media Minutes is a weekly, headline-style radio news program focused on issues of media policy and reform. Media Minutes tracks the latest industry developments, keeps an eye on Washington policy-makers, and talks to the experts and activists dedicated to media reform.

Media Minutes: October 7, 2005

Several hundred people packed an auditorium on the campus of the University of Iowa on Wednesday, October 5th to express their displeasure with media consolidation to FCC Commissioner Jonathan Adelstein. The Bush administration is formally accused of purveying covert propaganda upon the American public. Native American tribes may consider asserting soverignty over their own airwaves. An anti-trust lawsuit against the rapidly-consolidating Baby Bells gets new life. And a victim of the RIAA's crusade against file-sharing strikes back.

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