Last thoughts on the Fairness Doctrine....

Mon Nov 17 07:25:02 EST 2008

And, with a newspaper, you can start a new one up any time you want to
create competition. 
You can't do that with radio or television. Once wi-fi gets more prevalent,
we might see
greater competition. We already do with online and satellite radio. But it
isn't the same, as we all know. 

Tony Schinella Random musings about politics, music, the media and modern
times. Since 2002. News and analysis for and about Concord, N.H.

-----Original Message-----
[] On Behalf Of
Don A
Sent: Monday, November 17, 2008 3:59 AM
To: Garrett Wollman
Subject: Re: Last thoughts on the Fairness Doctrine....

> <<On Mon, 17 Nov 2008 00:19:41 -0500, "Don A" <> 
> said:
>> So, in the Red Lion case, someone can use the public airwaves for false
>> statements....and unless the agrieved indiovidual has the resources to
>> respond, that's alright?
> Same as in any other medium.

No other medium uses the public it should not be treated as 
any other medium.

With newspapers, you (privately) own the ink, paper and printing press. 

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