Boy oh boy is it a busy day in Medialand:
* There was a City Cable Commission meeting yesterday, and (irony!) an appearance on WBEZ this morning.
* There's a bill in the House (House Resolution 72) which could overturn in toto the FCC's disastrous June 2, 2003 vote (be sure to get involved; click here now).
* Oral arguments begin today in Philadelphia over the Prometheus case against the FCC, which won a stunning stay over the rules last September.
* and, to top it all off, Comcast may well buy out Disney. Be afraid, be very afraid.
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