Why didn’t the internet just stop working the day after the FCC voted to end network neutrality? Prof. Christopher Terry from the University of Minnesota joins to answer that question, and explain what happens next. He also lays out where is the fight over internet freedom going next, and what the real threat is for independent and community media.
Then we learn more about public access TV and how one station in Portland, OR is evolving and innovating to keep up with the times. We talk with two staffers from Open Signal Portland Community Media: Chris Lawn, Media Services Technical Lead and Rebecca Burrell, Director of Strategy and Development. We hear about the fundamentals of the medium and how Open Signal is rethinking how “access” can be more than just giving people equipment and airtime.Show Notes:
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