Tuesday evening at the Camden Conference Center we’re holding a public meeting with residents of Camden and other New Jersey communities about an opportunity to strengthen local media for years to come.
In January, Trump appointed Ajit Pai as the new chairman of the Federal Communications Commission. In so doing he found someone who shares his disdain for popular democracy, privacy rights, the truth and the poor.
A new report suggests that AT&T has withheld important fiber upgrades from more impoverished areas of Cleveland, leaving low-income communities with outdated technology and severely restricted broadband speeds.
Many of my Free Press colleagues are avid podcast consumers, and I touched base to find out what they’re listening to right now. Here are their recommendations — check these out when you’re in need of a diversion.
Last week the Business Roundtable, a collection of millionaire CEOs who work to influence policy in their own self-interest, sent a letter urging the White House to dismantle important consumer protections that are inconvenient to their business ventures.