Chairman Martin (And The Gang Of Four)

Friday, March 18, 2005

This week, President Bush promoted FCC Commissioner Kevin Martin to chairman of the agency. Because he's already on the FCC, confirmation hearings won't be necessary. And so Martin, a shrewd political strategist and a hawk on indecency, becomes the person with the most influence on media regulation - with no questions asked. Bob has a few questions of his own, and turns for answers to Broadcasting & Cable senior writer Bill McConnell.

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