Communications Breakdown

Friday, September 17, 2004

Do you like how the public airwaves are being used? FCC Commissioner Michael Copps, for one, emphatically does not. As the Republicans gathered last month in New York, Copps decried the networks' skimpy convention coverage. And in condemning the general state of broadcast television, he heartily bit the hand that feeds him. Copps bares his teeth for Brooke.

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