Media Minutes: November 25, 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.

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Media Minutes: November 25, 2005

Communities large and small all around the country are hopping on the public broadband bandwagon, offering connectivity under a utility model, similar to water or electric service. Digitize your old records and tapes while you still can: the recording and motion picture industries are beginning a legislative crusade to plug the so-called "analog hole." And a Fast Fact: prime-time TV content is shrinking.

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