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The Video Agenda

Next FCC Chair Should Be PEG-Conscious

On March 22, after less than four years in office, Federal Communications Commission Chairman Julius Genachowski announced that he would leave that position within...

PEG Wish List for New Congress

Now that the 113th Congress has begun its first session, the public, education and government channel advocacy group American Community television would like to...

Remember Those Who Answered the Call

Battlefield video "is an essential tool for decision makers and commanders," says a U.S. Department of Defense memorandum on combat camera operations.

As Good As His Word

There is a Washington cliché that elected officials say whatever is needed to get what they want, but that stereotype generally is not applied...

Shaping the ‘Future of Video’

At a hearing on the future of video held by the House Energy and Commerce Subcommittee on Communications and Technology, some members of Congress...

Shooting From the Lip

Michael Toscano, president of the Association for Unmanned Vehicle Systems International, issued a statement criticizing those who advocate shooting down unmanned aerial vehicles

Fugitive Farmer Challenges UAV Use

Rodney Brossant, a North Dakota farmer who is under arrest and facing multiple charges including “terrorizing” and theft, has the distinction of being the...

Case for Allowing Cameras

The U.S. Supreme Court should televise the proceedings when it hears arguments in March 2012 over President Barack Obama’s healthcare reform law.

Ready for Recovery

The recession is over! At least, that’s what the Wall Street Journal said the other day—and in the news pages even.