Articles posted on June 2nd, 2003

Enter the iStore

Monday, June 2nd, 2003 • 10:59 pm

A new column by Steve Lohr in The New York Times about the recent settlement between Microsoft and AOL Time Warner includes the following: Though Real Networks and Microsoft are the leaders, there are other competitors in the field, and some big potential entrants. Apple Computer offers QuickTime media software, and with the recent introduction […]

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The World’s Soap Opera

Monday, June 2nd, 2003 • 5:28 pm

At times, you cannot help but wonder how low the current US administration will stoop to defend its indefensible position regarding the Iraq situation. from Wolfowitz trying to rationalize the lying for “bureaucratic” reasons (and the Pentagon later trying to change the line) to Condoleezza Rice repeating how the US is still “disappointed” with Canada, […]

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Ted Turner on upcoming rule changes by the FCC

Monday, June 2nd, 2003 • 12:03 am

Media mogul Ted Turner (who launched CNN back in 1980) now writes: If these rules had been in place in 1970, it would have been virtually impossible for me to start Turner Broadcasting or, 10 years later, to launch CNN… It’s hard to compete when your suppliers are owned by your competitors. We bought MGM, […]

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