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A Revitalized FCC Is Broadband Bound Raymond L. Fischer
Category: Mass Media Published: November 2009
In the near future, broadband will be comparable to what electricity, telephones, and interstate highways were to previous generations.
 
Cable and the Candidates Raymond L. Fischer
Category: Mass Media Published: November 2008
One reason this proved to be the most exciting presidential campaign in memory was the extensive coverage provided by the cable television networks.
 
Divvying Up the Spectrum Raymond L. Fischer
Category: Mass Media Published: January 2015
The Incentive Auctions will promote economic growth and improve the U.S.'s global competitiveness with increased speed, capacity, and ubiquity of mobile broadband services. They also will benefit by accelerating the smartphone- and tablet-led revolution.
 
Hail to the Chief? Raymond L. Fischer
Category: Political Landscape Published: September 2015
"Critics [have] accused Obama of 'sermonizing, not strategizing,' and of having 'style, not a doctrine.' The Admininstration's euphemisms attest to downplaying violence: 'man-caused disaster' for terrorism; 'workplace violence for the Ft. Hood killings…"
 
How Big Brother Got Bigger Raymond L. Fischer
Category: Mass Media Published: March 2014
Using digital technology, the 2012 Obama campaign acquired unprecedented access to voter information from which it gained insight into the political climate of the electorate.
 
Indecent Exposure Raymond L. Fischer
Category: Mass Media Published: May 2006
Congress, the FCC, cable TV, and satellite radio look to be headed for a big showdown as indecency is among the top issues on the agenda of the new Federal Communications Commission chairman.
 
Is the GOP "Too Dumb to Fail"? Raymond L. Fischer
Category: Political Landscape Published: May 2016
Keep in mind that "the converse of 'too dumb to fail' is 'too smart to win.' " So, can the Republican Party avoid becoming a "permanent minority"?
 
It All "Ads" Up: TV Commercials of the Future Raymond L. Fischer
Category: Mass Media Published: November 2003
"With pressure from [digital video recorders], advertisers and ad agencies searching for something to replace the 30-second commercial are utilizing placement with a vengeance, especially in game, reality, and lifestyle programs."
 
Marginalizing the Middle Class Raymond L. Fischer
Category: Literary Scene Published: July 2007
Cable TV heavyweight Lou Dobbs lambasts big government and big business for stripping hardworking Americans of their money and dignity.
 
Nation on the Take Raymond L. Fischer
Category: Political Landscape Published: November 2016
How big money corrupts our democracy and what can be done about it.
 
TGI(TPRM) Raymond L. Fischer
Category: Politcal Landscape Published: May 2017
Pres. Donald (T)rump, Vice Pres. Mike (P)ence, House Speajer (P)aul Ryan, and Senate Majority Leader Mitch (M)cConnell can reverse the "disastrous politics of the Obama years" and the "continually growing administrative state."
 
The Amazing Race Is On Raymond L. Fischer
Category: Mass Media Published: May 2007
The default of ethics, failure of old-style politics, & contemptuous boldness & disrespect that congressmen, lobbyists & other influence peddlers have shown in recent years have incited the public to demand changes in way politicians raise $ & use media..
 
The Battle Lines Have Been Drawn Raymond L. Fischer
Category: Political Landscape Published: July 2017
"Democrats go forward like a regiment, in lockstep; instinctively, they close ranks to 'prevail in political battles.' [They] use deception to conceal their goals and believe moral principles and laws apply, not to them selves, but to others…"
 
The Clintons Keep Cashing In Raymond L. Fischer
Category: National Affairs Published: March 2016
"The Clinton Foundation has failed to disclose millions of dollars in donations from foreign entities who 'needed Secretary of State Clinton to approve transactions with serious national security implications and without Obama Administration approval.' "
 
The Man Behind the Rise of Barack Obama Raymond L. Fischer
Category: Political Landscape Published: July 2015
"The President presented [David] Axelrod with a book in which he had written, 'This book is a testament to our collaboration and how you have always been there to help me find my voice.'"
 
The Media's Indecency Dilemma Raymond L. Fischer
Category: Mass Media Published: January 2005
Can public outrage, Congressional hearings, and larger FCC fines stem the tide of "indecency" flooding the airwaves?
 
The Race Is On Raymond L. Fischer
Category: Mass Media Published: November 2011
When the Supreme Court overturned a long-term trend to limit political spending of corporations and unions, it set the stage for a lively and lucrative 2012 presidential campaign.
 
The Silencing Raymond L. Fischer
Category: National Affairs Published: January 2016
"The liberal left has abandoned the open-mindedness and reason of liberalism for prejudice, ideological conformity, and marginalization for opposing thoughts."
 
TV in the Third Dimension Raymond L. Fischer
Category: Mass Media Published: January 2011
Stereoscopic 3D marks the next big event in television's development.
 
What Lies Ahead for the Federal Communications Commission? Raymond L. Fischer
Category: Mass Media Published: January 2002
Under Chairman Michael Powell, the FCC will be pushing a conservative agenda concerning regulation and deregulation in telecommunications.
 
What's Holding Up High-Definition TV? Raymond L. Fischer
Category: Mass Media Published: January 2003
Three problems: stations unable to afford new equipment have resorted to less-expensive resolution; disagreements on protecting digital contents appear headed for Congressional action; opponents of mandating digital TV tuners threatening to go to court.
 
Where Do We Go from Here? Raymond L. Fischer
Category: Political Landscape Published: July 2016
"A work of conscience and duty, Crisis Point sounds an alarms at a time that faith in government has fallen to an all-time low."