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April 30, 2006

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Safran

Chris: Good for you. I have no doubt that Rehr is a smart man. But he is also hired to represent the interests of over-the-air broadcasters. It's a shame he can't help them understand their interests lie in the future and not in protectionism. I was encouraged enough at the start of his NAB speech when he spoke of going on the "offensive." Come to find out, his vision of the offensive is to have the FCC punish everyone equally. His vision of the offensive is to make all portable gadgets backwards-compatible with broadcast signals. Good luck with that. What a shame. A lost opportunity to bring broadcasters up to date. They have stop thinking they are in the broadcasting business and understand they are in the information distribution business.

-Safran, Lost Remote

randy.f

Drop the 'B'? That idea should die a horrible death. What you meant to say was 'drop the broad'. It would then become the National Association of Casters. Figure out if I'm joking :)

But in line with Safran's remark, I'm not sure how much I want to help those droids out.

-r

vipip

I have no doubt that Rehr is a smart man. But he is also hired to represent the interests of over-the-air broadcasters. It's a shame he can't help them understand their interests lie in the future and not in protectionism. =)

tisane

This is great information.?I have gone though this topic and have got lot of information here.I have not read any book of Lt.But I am eager to read it after reading this post.Thanks for it.

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The Long Tail by Chris Anderson

Notes and sources for the book

FREE was available in all digital forms--ebook, web book, and audiobook--for free shortly after the hardcover was published on July 7th. The ebook and web book were free for a limited time and limited to certain geographic regions as determined by each national publisher; the unabridged MP3 audiobook (get zip file here) will remain free forever, available in all regions.

Order the hardcover now!