Podcasts about fcc

Share on
Share on Facebook
Share on Twitter
Share on Reddit
Copy link to clipboard

Independent agency of the U.S. Government

  • 2,315PODCASTS
  • 6,044EPISODES
  • 49mAVG DURATION
  • 3DAILY NEW EPISODES
  • Dec 2, 2021LATEST
fcc

POPULARITY

20112012201320142015201620172018201920202021


Best podcasts about fcc

Show all podcasts related to fcc

Latest podcast episodes about fcc

Janet Mefferd Today
12 - 02 - 21 - Janet - Mefferd - Today - Natasha Smith (Pro-Life)

Janet Mefferd Today

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 2, 2021 47:22


FCC leadership nominee and progressive activist Gigi Sohn comes under some tough questioning on Capitol Hill over her bias against conservatives, We'll bring you up to speed. Plus: Natasha Smith from Save the Storks discusses her book, "Unplanned Grace: A Compassionate Conversation on Life and Choice." And the EU walks back its plans to "cancel" Christmas. We'll explain what's happening. Join us for Thursday's JANET MEFFERD TODAY.

BYU-Idaho Radio
Marie Harris from the Family Crisis Center talks about FCC services and volunteer opportunities

BYU-Idaho Radio

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 1, 2021 15:49


Marie Harris, Service and Shelter Coordinator for the Family Crisis Center in Rexburg, outlines the resources FCC offers and how volunteers can get involved.

Daily Kos Radio - Kagro in the Morning
Kagro in the Morning - November 30, 2021

Daily Kos Radio - Kagro in the Morning

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 30, 2021 116:22


Listen to our archived episodes: RadioPublic|LibSyn|YouTube Support the show: Patreon|PayPal: 1x or monthly|Square Cash * David Waldman and Joan McCarter, the Tuesday miracle that just keeps giving, for about two hours: Lauren Boebert, the Louie Gohmert of Steve Kings, was honing her standup over Thanksgiving and told the one about how Muslims are terrorists, with the punchline of Minnesota Rep. Ilhan Omar. Lauren did read her room perfectly, but unfortunately wasn't aware of how cellphones can record stuff. Boebert quickly called Omar to demand an apology. As expected, the GQP was totally fine with South Carolina's Nancy Mace's vaccine doubletalk endangering Americans, but the moment Nancy implied xenophobic racism might be better whispered rather than shouted there was hell to pay. Marjorie Traitor Greene pointed out that Mace was trash that should hang with her fellow Muslims.  In turn, Mace pointed out that Green was an illiterate possum-faced cross-burning hick, or some words to that effect... Hey now! Are all these harsh words between fellow conservatives beyond the pale? And why isn't saying beyond the pale “beyond the pale”? After all, Russian Jews hesitated to go beyond the pale, lest they encounter a relative impaled on a pole by some zealous build-the-wall type... But I digress. We were talking about the civility of conservatives. Virginia Republicans slipped Glenn Youngkin into his seat by saying the quiet parts quietly, but then just couldn't hold their pétarade back. Now, the Virginia PTA finds it needs to slap down the local PTAs. Remember Donald Trump? He was trying to overthrow the government then, and he's trying to overthrow it now. Just ask Mark Meadows. Now Democrats, they have their act together. Especially Joe Manchin and Kyrsten Sinema. They might even have a few acts going on behind the scenes we don't know about. Senate Democrats have a huge job and little time to do it. Mitch McConnell's job is to use up that time. Broadband infrastructure will cost more and do less if the FCC needs to rely on providers for assistance.

The Lucky Titan
Uber for the Skies: One Man's Mission to Disrupt The Airline Industry With Mark Sellouk

The Lucky Titan

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 30, 2021 18:28


Marc Sellouk, the president and CEO of Flewber, an air taxi service designed to be accessible to everyone. Flewber is a combination of Marc's passion for aviation and two decades of experience founding and leading a business. As the leader of his telecom company Transbeam, Marc spent countless hours shuffling through airport security for quick flights to meetings in nearby cities, only to go through the gamut once again on a same-day return trip. The experience led him to create an alternative. Flewber circumvents the inconvenience of airport travel by offering passengers an affordable door-to-door air taxi service.Flewber is not Marc's first rodeo. He founded Transbeam, https://www.gtt.net as a 20-year-old college student and then set to work growing the company. Initially, Marc operated Transbeam as a one-man show, navigating FCC regulations and serving as the sole customer service representative. Over the next two decades, the company grew by leaps and bounds, ultimately evolving into a multi-million dollar organization. Now, at age 42, Marc is leveraging his experience and the successful sale of Transbeam to self-fund the launch of Flewber.Links - Website: https://www.flewber.com/LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/company/flewber/Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/flewber/

Faith Community Church Podcast
Hope For All People

Faith Community Church Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 28, 2021 37:33


Audio for: "Hope For All People", part of the series "The Light Of All People". Sermon given by Andy Lewis, November 28, 2021, at Faith Community Church in Santa Cruz, CA. Visit us online at www.santacruzfaith.org/ and on Sunday Mornings @ Santa Cruz Church of the Nazarene at 9 am.

The Cyberlaw Podcast
What To Do About Deplatformed Data?

The Cyberlaw Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 24, 2021 65:56


Among the many problems with the current social media enthusiasm for deplatforming is this question: What do you do with all the data generated by people you deplatformed?   Facebook's answer, as you'd expect, is that Facebook can do what it wants with the data, which mostly means deleting it. Even if it's evidence of a crime?  Yes, says the platform, unless law enforcement asks us to save it. The legal fight over a deplatformed group that defended historical statues (and may have shot someone in the process) will tell us something about the—law of deplatformed data as will the fight over Gambia's effort to recover evidence of deplatformed human rights evidence. In the end, though, we need a law on this question. Because, given their track record in content moderation, leaving the question to the discretion of social media will translate into platforms' preserving only evidence that hurts people they hate. Tired: Data breach reporting. Wired: Cyber incident reporting. The unanimous view of our news panelists, Paul Rosenzweig  and Dmitri Alperovitch, is that cyber policy has turned from reporting personal data breaches to reporting serious cyber intrusions no matter what data is compromised. The latest example is the financial regulators' adoption of a rule requiring banks and similar institutions to report major cyber incidents within 36 hours of determination that one has occurred.  But who will make that determination and with what certainty? Dmitri's money is on the lawyers. I think there's a great ER-style drama in the process: “OK, I'm going to call it.  No point in trying to keep this alive any longer. Time of determination is 2:07 pm.” Back after a long absence, we add an interview to the news roundup. David “moose” Wolpoff and Dan MacDonnell of Randori explain the consternation over their startup's use of a serious vulnerability to conduct realistic penetration tests of buttoned-up networks instead of reporting it right away to the software provider. They argue that the value of zero days for pentesting is great and the risk of harm low, if handled responsibly. In fact, the debate sounds a lot like the arguments around the table at a government Vulnerability Equities Process (VEP) meeting.  And that makes me wonder whether the people pushing for a stricter VEP have any idea at all what they're talking about. Dmitri lays out the surprising complexity and sophistication of the Iranian attempt to influence the 2020 election. I'm less convinced. The Iranian effort failed, after all, and it resulted in the hackers' indictment.  I dig into a recent brief by Hikvision claiming that the FCC lacks authority to bar sales of its products in the U.S. I'm only half convinced by the legal claim, but I am sure of this: The Hikvision argument has created an opportunity for some enterprising politician to sponsor quick, uncontroversial legislation giving the FCC the authority that Hikvision says it doesn't have. Dmitri explains the latest advance of the hardware hack known as Rowhammer. It may not be deployed routinely even now, he says, but the exploit makes clear that we will never entirely secure our cyber infrastructure. Paul and I agree that it's perfectly legal for the government to buy advertising data that shows citizens' locations. We more or less agree that some restraint on sales of location data—at least to the Russian and Chinese governments and maybe to anybody—are in order.  Paul and I offer muted and squeamish criticism of a Big Report claiming that child sexual abuse is exploding online. There's no doubt that it's a problem that deserves more legal and platform effort, but the authors did their cause no favors by mixing kids exchanging nude selfies with truly loathsome material. Dmitri and I perform a public service announcement about a scam that takes advantage of security habits that the banks have encouraged us to get used to. Zelle fraud is going to make us all regret those habits.  And hopefully it will finally get banks to use hardware tokens instead of text messages to verify our transactions. Germany and Mandiant are at odds in attributing the government sponsor of the Ghostwriter hacking gang. Germany, backed by the EU, says it's Russia. Mandiant says it's Belarus.  Dmitri says “Never bet against Mandiant on attribution.” I can't disagree. Finally, Dmitri joins me in an appreciation of Alan Paller, who died last week. He was a major influence in cybersecurity,  and a role model for successful entrepreneurs who want to give back using their institution-creating skills. Download the 384th Episode (mp3) You can subscribe to The Cyberlaw Podcast using iTunes, Google Play, Spotify, Pocket Casts, or our RSS feed. As always, The Cyberlaw Podcast is open to feedback. Be sure to engage with @stewartbaker on Twitter. Send your questions, comments, and suggestions for topics or interviewees to CyberlawPodcast@steptoe.com. Remember: If your suggested guest appears on the show, we will send you a highly coveted Cyberlaw Podcast mug! The views expressed in this podcast are those of the speakers and do not reflect the opinions of their institutions, clients, friends, families, or pets.

All CNET Video Podcasts (HD)
Apple sues Israeli cybersecurity firm over spyware, T-Mobile pays $20M after 911 call outage

All CNET Video Podcasts (HD)

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 24, 2021


In today's news, Apple has sued cybersecurity company NSO Group over its Pegasus spyware, T-Mobile settles with the FCC over a major 911 call outage and Spotify brings Netflix soundtracks to its platform.

The Lance Wallnau Show
Trans Agenda Defeated In Virginia

The Lance Wallnau Show

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 23, 2021 26:21


Do you remember the Loudon county critical race theory story? Well, it wasn't just critical race theory being taught; it was also the trans / LGBTQ / drag queen hour evangelism. One of the Loudon county gym teachers is a Christian, and he stood up to say that he couldn't call a young man a woman in good conscience or vice versa. Immediately he was disciplined, he lost his job, and he took it to court. Now an additional two teachers are joining him in taking the case to the supreme court! Coming up on today's broadcast online freedom of speech, Biden's recent picks for the FCC, and awakening the need to engage in civics.

Tower Talks with Inside Towers
#95 - Weekly News Recap - November 15-19, 2021

Tower Talks with Inside Towers

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 22, 2021 26:59


This is your Inside Towers Weekly Recap for the week of November 15, 2021. For more wireless infrastructure news, subscribe to our newsletter here. Support the show (https://insidetowers.com/subscription/)

Faith Community Church Podcast

Audio for: "A New Mission", part of the series "How to Sing The Blues". Sermon given by Albert Hung, November 21, 2021, at Faith Community Church in Santa Cruz, CA. Visit us online at www.santacruzfaith.org/ and on Sunday Mornings @ Santa Cruz Church of the Nazarene at 9 am.

Ink Stained Wretches
Free Speech: Not a ‘Straw Man'

Ink Stained Wretches

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 19, 2021 56:31


The Aspen Institute takes on “misinformation,” the left wants in on the right's media “dominance,” and POLITICO fills us in on the mental health travails of State Department employees Times 03:45 - Segment: Front Page 03:53 - The federal investigation into Project Veritas and First Amendment questions 07:31 - Substack CEO's interview with Substacker Mike Solana 11:25 - Aspen Institute commission on disinformation 15:17 - One America News Network backs Gigi Sohn, Biden's left-wing nominee to the FCC  18:26 - The Daily Beast reports that Newsmax is eyeing former Fox News talent 23:15 - Rupert Murdoch bashes Trump for focusing on the past 26:15 - Politico's report on Democrats launching left-wing media outlets 31:49 - CNN's report on Kamala Harris's tumultuous relationship with the West Wing 38:44 - The Washington Post headline on Trump's bureau of land management and racism 42:42 - Segment: Obsessions 42:53 - Former New York Times CEO says TV news is in "dead trouble" (Chris) 47:05 - Politico on State Department officials' mental health the Afghanistan withdraw (Eliana) 51:38 - Segment: Favorite Item of the Week  51:53 - Importance of obituaries (Chris) 54:23 - John Malone blasts CNN during CNBC interview (Eliana) Links The Washington Post article on Project Veritas and James O'Keefe Substack CEO's sound off Politico article on State Department officials' mental health post-Afghanistan withdraw Poynter article on obituaries 

The Vergecast
Apple will make repair manuals and parts available to public / Russia blows up a satellite / Biden signs infrastructure package

The Vergecast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 19, 2021 89:54


Nilay Patel and Dieter Bohn chat with policy reporter Makena Kelly about Pres. Biden's $1 trillion infrastructure package and what it will do to improve broadband access in the US. Senior science reporter Loren Grush joins the show to talk about Russia destroying one of its own satellites with a ground-based missile. Managing editor Alex Cranz stops by to chat about Apple opening up iPhones and Macs to DIY repairs. Stories referenced: Biden signs $1 trillion infrastructure package into law Biden's FCC is still deadlocked, and net neutrality hangs in the balance Biden's pick for FDA chief works at Google Russia blows up a satellite, creating a dangerous debris cloud in space NASA delays ambitious human lunar landing to 2025 NASA's Moon landing will likely be delayed ‘several years' beyond 2024, auditors say Blue Origin loses lawsuit against federal government over NASA's human lunar lander contracts SpaceX's Starlink reveals new smaller, rectangular user dish to connect to satellites Apple will sell you iPhone parts to fix your own phone at home The shareholder fight that forced Apple's hand on repair rights Apple reportedly wants to launch a self-driving EV in 2025 with a custom chip The Balmuda Phone is a compact Android phone from a high-end toaster company Meta's sci-fi haptic glove prototype lets you feel VR objects using air pockets Sonos finally adds DTS audio support to its home theater lineup Hyundai's restomod Grandeur is the perfect EV for a supervillain Google explains the tradeoffs that led to Pixel 6's slow charging complaints A look under the hood of the most successful streaming service on the planet Meta goes into lockdown Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices

Light Reading Podcasts
The Divide: Internet Society's Mark Buell on what's 'very good' and 'less good' in the broadband bill

Light Reading Podcasts

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 18, 2021 13:42


With the Biden administration's $65 billion broadband bill now signed into law, this week we hear from Mark Buell, regional vice president for North America at the Internet Society, on the impact the legislation will have on the digital divide in the US. (Note: This conversation was recorded just prior to the bill passing in the House. It was officially signed as part of the Infrastructure Investment and Jobs Act on November 15.) We discuss some of the "very good" things in the broadband bill, as well as the "less good" elements – like a lack of specific funding for municipal and community networks. We also discuss the urgency for the FCC to update its "horrendously inaccurate" national broadband map now that so much funding is at stake.

The John Batchelor Show
S4 Ep1808: Huawei stymied. Brendan Carr, FCC commissioner. @GordonGChang, Gatestone, Newsweek, The Hill

The John Batchelor Show

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 18, 2021 10:40


Photo: One of the typical "freight trains" that carry China's home commerce--caravan leaving Peking CBS Eye on the World with John Batchelor CBS Audio Network @Batchelorshow Huawei stymied. Brendan Carr, FCC commissioner. @GordonGChang, Gatestone, Newsweek, The Hill https://www.bloomberg.com/news/articles/2021-11-15/huawei-recruits-smartphone-partners-to-sidestep-u-s-sanctions https://www.reuters.com/technology/biden-signs-legislation-tighten-us-restrictions-huawei-zte-2021-11-11/ ..  ..  ..   Huawei Recruits Smartphone Partners to Sidestep U.S. Sanctions Bloomberg News November 14, 2021, 10:08 PM EST  It could license designs to third parties to access components  Trump-era sanctions have cut off Huawei from U.S. technology Huawei Technologies Co., whose smartphone business has been devastated by U.S. sanctions, is planning to license its handset designs to third parties as a way to gain access to critical components, people with knowledge of the matter said.  The Shenzhen-based tech giant is considering licensing its designs to a unit of state-owned China Postal and Telecommunications Appliances Co., or PTAC, which will then seek to buy parts barred under the Trump-era blacklisting, said one of the people, asking not to be identified discussing internal matters. The unit, known as Xnova, is already selling Huawei-branded Nova phones on its e-commerce site and the partnership will see it offer self-branded devices based on the larger company's designs.  Chinese telecom equipment maker TD Tech Ltd. will also sell some phones featuring Huawei's designs under its own brand, another person said. The partnerships are subject to change as negotiations are still ongoing.  The move may be Huawei's best chance at salvaging its smartphone business after U.S. sanctions cut off its access to key chipmaker Taiwan Semiconductor Manufacturing Co., Google's Android apps and Qualcomm Inc.'s 5G wireless modems. Since Huawei first came under fire from the Trump administration, its shrinking consumer business has seen sales fall for four straight quarters.  The company sold its Honor sub-brand to a consortium led by a state-owned company in Shenzhen about a year ago, freeing the business from U.S. sanctions. Honor is now able to buy components from suppliers including Qualcomm, Chief Executive Officer George Zhao has said. The success of that spin-off has encouraged Huawei to seek new partnerships to keep its consumer business alive. Engineers at Huawei have already begun redesigning the circuits of some marquee smartphones previously powered by the company's in-house HiSilicon chips so they can adapt to Qualcomm or MediaTek Inc. processors, said one of the people. Huawei expects the partnerships could bring smartphone shipments -- including inhouse models and those sold by partners -- to more than 30 million units next year, the person added. Huawei declined to comment. PTAC and TD Tech didn't respond to emails and phone calls seeking comment. PTAC is a unit of China General Technology Group Holding Co., a key machinery maker and importer directly controlled by the central government. TD Tech was set up in 2005 with assets from companies such as Siemens AG, though the German multinational said in an email it is no longer a shareholder in the venture. Huawei has been struggling to find a new cash cow to make up for the hole left by its quickly shrinking consumer electronics business, which booked 483 billion yuan ($75.6 billion) in revenue last year, equal to International Business Machines Corp.'s annual sales. The latest arrangement is unlikely to bring in meaningful profit for Huawei, but such partnerships could be essential in helping the company maintain its smartphone development capabilities. The Biden administration has shown no signs of easing off on the sanctions imposed on Huawei, though Chief Financial Officer Meng Wanzhou recently struck a deal that released her from a U.S. extradition request that had kept her under house arrest in Canada for two years. Executives including founder Ren Zhengfei, Meng's father, have vowed to continue making smartphones. — With assistance by Yanping Li, and Yuan Gao

The Cyberlaw Podcast
Cyber Incident Reporting Bill: Good News for K Street

The Cyberlaw Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 16, 2021 51:36


Two major Senate committees have reached agreement on a cyber incident reporting mandate. And it looks like the big winners are the business lobbyists who got concessions from both committees. At least that's my take. Dmitri Alperovitch says the bill may still be in trouble because of Justice Department opposition. And Tatyana Bolton not unfairly credits the Cyber Solarium Commission for incident reporting getting this close to passage.   Meanwhile, another piece of legislation, the Secure Equipment Act of 2021, has already been passed and signed by the president. It will lock a boatload of Chinese equipment out of U.S. markets. Dmitri explains why the FCC needed this additional authority.  Mark MacCarthy explicates the EU court ruling that upheld a $2.8 billion award against Google for “self-preferencing” in shopping searches. If you're surprised by the Kyle Rittenhouse trial, and the strength of the defense case, you can blame Facebook and Twitter, which astonishingly suppressed posts arguing that Rittenhouse had acted lawfully in self-defense. In a reverse John Adams moment, Twitter even suspended Rittenhouse's defense counsel for defending him. And Facebook declared him guilty of a mass shooting and blocked searches for his name. If you want more content mob-eration like that in your podcast feed, well, no worries: the NYT is on it; the gray old lady is demanding to know why woke censorship hasn't yet come to podcasts. This has turned out to be a pretty good week for catching bad guys, Dmitri reports. REvil affiliates have been, arrested, indicted, and had some of their  ill-gotten gains seized. Mark unpacks yet another bipartisan tech regulation-cum-competition bill. This one aims to reduce platforms' ability to foist "opaque algorithms" on their users. Tatyana notes that a lot of the bills trying to improve portability and competition are likely to raise cybersecurity concerns. Dmitri and I aren't impressed by the hoax email sent out in the FBI's name from a poorly designed FBI website. It's one step up from defacing the FBI's website. I argue the bureau ought to give the hacker a low four-figure bug bounty and call it a day, but Dmitri thinks the hacker will be on the FBI's most wanted list for a while. I tend to agree; there is, after all, no greater crime than embarrassing the bureau. In quick hits:  Mark gives us a quick overview of the states' recently updated antitrust complaint against Alphabet's Google. Tatyana and Dmitri talk about the implications of the Commerce Department sending information requests to the world's top chipmakers. Tatyana explains (as much as anyone can) Elon Musk's decision to sell a bunch of Tesla stock because that's what Elon Twitter wanted. We note that Elon promised to show his tweets to a lawyer in advance if they could move the market and wonder whether he actually found a lawyer who thought that tweet was a good idea. I do a quick victory lap for having suspected that Frances Haugen's incoherent retreat from criticizing Facebook's end-to-end encryption was forced on her by the Silicon Valley version of the Deep State. Thanks to Politico, we now know her European tour was run by a batch of lefty digerati who hate Facebook, but not as much as they hate the FBI.  And I mourn the fact that this week the U.S. government finally surrendered to Microsoft and joined the Paris Call for Trust and Security in Cyberspace. Download the 383rd Episode (mp3)   You can subscribe to The Cyberlaw Podcast using iTunes, Google Play, Spotify, Pocket Casts, or our RSS feed. As always, The Cyberlaw Podcast is open to feedback. Be sure to engage with @stewartbaker on Twitter. Send your questions, comments, and suggestions for topics or interviewees to CyberlawPodcast@steptoe.com. Remember: If your suggested guest appears on the show, we will send you a highly coveted Cyberlaw Podcast mug! The views expressed in this podcast are those of the speakers and do not reflect the opinions of their institutions, clients, friends, families, or pets.

The Deep Dive Radio Show and Nick's Nerd News
The FCC just revoked China Telecom's ability to operate in the US!

The Deep Dive Radio Show and Nick's Nerd News

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 15, 2021 4:49


The FCC just revoked China Telecom's ability to operate in the US! by Nick Espinosa, Chief Security Fanatic

Tower Talks with Inside Towers
Monday #93 - Weekly News Recap - November 8-12, 2021

Tower Talks with Inside Towers

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 15, 2021 29:21


This is your Inside Towers Weekly Recap for the week of November 8, 2021. For more wireless infrastructure news, subscribe to our newsletter here. Support the show (https://insidetowers.com/subscription/)

EMBARGOED!
A Heaping Helping of China with a Side of Turkey | EMBARGOED! Episode 39

EMBARGOED!

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 15, 2021 59:23


Brian and Tim give thanks for having no shortage of China topics to cover (ever), which include BIS's new interim final rule establishing controls on certain items that can be used for malicious cyber activities, authorized (and possibly unauthorized) exports to Huawei, the FCC's revocation and termination of China Telecom Americas' license, and a brief Lightning Round discussion of the latest on Taiwan. In the middle of all that China content, Brian and Tim also discuss the possible implications of a recent FSIA ruling in the Halkbank case.   ******** Questions? Contact us at podcasts@milchev.com. EMBARGOED! is not intended and cannot be relied on as legal advice; the content only reflects the thoughts and opinions of its hosts. EMBARGOED! is intelligent talk about sanctions, export controls, and all things international trade for trade nerds and normal human beings alike, hosted by Miller & Chevalier Members Brian Fleming and Tim O'Toole. Each episode will feature deep thoughts and hot takes about the latest headline-grabbing developments in this area of the law, as well as some below-the-radar items to keep an eye on. Subscribe wherever you get your podcasts for new bi-weekly episodes so you don't miss out! Roadmap: Introduction The Rundown New BIS Interim Final Rule re: Cybersecurity Items and New Entity Lists Additions Supplying Huawei Team Telecom and China Telecom Halkbank Ruling re: FSIA Lightning Round U.S. Support for Taiwan at the UN Final Thoughts ***Stay sanctions free.***

The Steve Gruber Show
Phil Kerpen, A Media Censor for the FCC?

The Steve Gruber Show

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 15, 2021 7:30


Phil Kerpen is the president of American Commitment and the author of "Democracy Denied.” A Media Censor for the FCC?

Faith Community Church Podcast
The Calm Down Blues

Faith Community Church Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 14, 2021 35:18


Audio for: "The Calm Down Blues", part of the series "How to Sing The Blues". Sermon given by Andy Lewis, November 14, 2021, at Faith Community Church in Santa Cruz, CA. Visit us online at www.santacruzfaith.org/ and on Sunday Mornings @ Santa Cruz Church of the Nazarene at 9 am.

The Mens Room Daily Podcast
11-12-21 4pm Mens Room Ted vs The FCC

The Mens Room Daily Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 13, 2021 33:35


Emails, Ted vs The FCC! Plus Headlines Mike is NOT working on!  See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

V-Next: The Future is Now
Driving Industry Innovation at Microsoft Research

V-Next: The Future is Now

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 10, 2021 60:49


Ever wonder how the worlds leading innovators think, spend their time, and the projects they are working on? If you do, you're in luck!  Mike J. Walker speaks to Ranveer Chandra , Managing Director Research for Industry at Microsoft. Listen in to hear advise and perspectives from Ranveer. He is truly a leader in the innovation industry.About FarmBeatsRanveer started the FarmBeats project at Microsoft in 2015, and has been leading it since then. He is also leading the battery research project, and the white space networking project at Microsoft Research. He was invited to the USDA to present his work on FarmBeats, and this work was featured by Bill Gates in GatesNotes, and was selected by Satya Nadella as one of 10 projects that inspired him in 2017. Ranveer has also been invited to the FCC to present his work on TV white spaces, and spectrum regulators from India, China, Brazil, Singapore and US (including the FCC chairman) have visited the Microsoft campus to see his deployment of the world's first urban white space network. As part of his doctoral dissertation, Ranveer developed VirtualWiFi. The software has over a million downloads and is among the top 5 downloaded software released by Microsoft Research. It is shipping as a feature in Windows since 2009.About Ranveer ChandraRanveer Chandra is the Chief Scientist of Microsoft Azure Global, where he is leading a team driving innovations across different industries on Azure. Ranveer's research has shipped as part of multiple Microsoft products, including VirtualWiFi and low-power algorithms in Windows 7, Windows 8, and Windows 10, Energy Profiler in Visual Studio, and the Wireless Controller Protocol in XBOX One. Ranveer started the FarmBeats project at Microsoft Research in 2015, and has been leading it since then. He is also leading the battery research project, and the white space networking project at Microsoft Research. He was invited to the USDA to present his work on FarmBeats, including to the Secretary, this work was featured by Bill Gates in GatesNotes, and was selected by Satya Nadella as one of 10 projects that inspired him in 2017. Ranveer has also been invited to the FCC to present his work on TV white spaces, and spectrum regulators from India, China, Brazil, Singapore and US (including the FCC chairman) have visited the Microsoft campus to see his deployment of the world's first urban white space network. As part of his doctoral dissertation, Ranveer developed VirtualWiFi. The software has been downloaded more than 750,000 times and is among the top 5 downloaded software released by Microsoft Research. It is shipping as a feature in Windows since 2009.Ranveer has published more than 85 papers, and filed over 100 patents, more than 80 of which have been granted. His research has been cited by the popular press, such as MIT Technology Review, The Economist, New York Times, WSJ, among others. He has won several awards, including best paper awards, and the MIT Technology Review's Top Innovators Under 35, TR35. Ranveer has an undergraduate degree from IIT Kharagpur, India and a PhD from Cornell University. 

The DA Show
Barber's Shop: Did Tiki Have the Greatest Day in CBS History?

The DA Show

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 10, 2021 44:11


HOUR 2: Did Tiki Barber have the greatest day in CBS history? We are Stunned to a News….Plus, did people really complain to the FCC about Eli Manning? See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

Risky Business
Risky Business #644 -- USA sanctions NSO Group, hits REvil

Risky Business

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 10, 2021


On this week's show Patrick Gray and Adam Boileau discuss the week's security news, including: US sanctions NSO, Candiru, COSEINC and Positive Technologies We wrap up the action in ransomware Why exploit tournaments are boring in America and exciting in China More malicious npm packages in the wild Pentagon updates CMMC to 2.0 Much, much more We'll hear from Corelight's CISO Bernard Brantley in this week's sponsor interview. We're talking about how attackers think in graphs and defenders think in lists.. Microsoft's John Lambert wrote a post about that back in 2015, and Bernard joins the show this week to talk about why it's just as relevant as ever. Stick around for that one. Links to everything that we discussed are below and you can follow Patrick or Adam on Twitter if that's your thing. Show notes U.S. sanctions Israel's NSO Group over Pegasus spyware - The Washington Post Risky Business #310 -- Export exploits? Wassenaar says no - Risky Business Positive Technologies says US sanctions had little or no effect on its business - The Record by Recorded Future Hungarian official confirms government bought and used Pegasus spyware - The Record by Recorded Future NSO's Pegasus spyware found on the devices of six Palestinian activists - The Record by Recorded Future “A grim outlook”: How cyber surveillance is booming on a global scale | MIT Technology Review Spyware providers are flocking to international arms fairs to sell to NATO foes Ukraine discloses identity of Gamaredon members links it to Russia's FSB - The Record by Recorded Future PRC says FCC decision to pull China Telecom license was ‘based on suspicion,' not facts - The Record by Recorded Future China says a foreign spy agency hacked its airlines, stole passenger records - The Record by Recorded Future Hackers with Chinese links breach defense, energy targets, including one in US Pwn2Own Austin 2021: Synacktiv crowned Masters of Pwn after Sonos One, WD NAS exploits | The Daily Swig House approves massive infrastructure plan that includes $1.9 billion for cybersecurity - The Record by Recorded Future Malware found in coa and rc, two npm packages with 23M weekly downloads - The Record by Recorded Future Pentagon issues revised cyber standards for contractors - The Record by Recorded Future Hacker steals $55 million from bZx DeFi platform - The Record by Recorded Future Suspect in scheme to breach major Twitter accounts is now charged with hacking crypto executives Scammer Convinced Instagram That Its Top Executive Was Dead GitLab servers are being exploited in DDoS attacks in excess of 1 Tbps - The Record by Recorded Future Dangerous XSS bug in Google Chrome's ‘New Tab' page bypassed security features | The Daily Swig US offers $10 million reward for info on Darkside ransomware group - The Record by Recorded Future Hackers Apologize to Arab Royal Families for Leaking Their Data A ransomware gang shut down after Cybercom hijacked its site and it discovered it had been hacked - The Washington Post BlackMatter ransomware says its shutting down due to pressure from local authorities - The Record by Recorded Future CERT-France: Lockean ransomware group behind attacks on French companies - The Record by Recorded Future The ‘Groove' Ransomware Gang Was a Hoax – Krebs on Security Ransomware crackdown spreads in U.S., Europe and Asia US Treasury sanctions crypto-exchange Chatex for links to ransomware payments - The Record by Recorded Future Shared/Defenders think in lists. Attackers think in graphs. As long as this is true, attackers win.md at master · JohnLaTwC/Shared · GitHub Compare to open source Zeek

Money Grab
Nikola Jokic vs the Miami Heat, Shailene Woodley's post on the Aaron Rodgers imposter & Coach K retirement tour begins!| Megan Fun of Sports

Money Grab

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 9, 2021 49:07


Megan Gailey & Megan Connolly are back with a brand new Megan Fun of Sports! They start off the pod by getting into Connolly's recent airplane travels and how to pronounce "Louisville." After discussing some stuff from Sunday's NFL games, they get into Shailene Woodley's crazy Instagram post about how it's not Aaron Rodgers that was caught by the paparazzi in Los Angeles. The duo also pokes fun at Bill Belichick's choice of shirt during the Patriots last game. Then, after the Megans laugh about Eli Manning getting three FCC complaints from his middle finger during a Manning-Cast, they hop over to the NBA where they talk about Nikola Jokic's fight with the entire Miami Heat team . Rounding out the show, they switch over Coach K's nauseating farewell tour as college basketball is about to start.

SGGQA Podcast – SomeGadgetGuy
#SGGQA 228: 5G Rollout Slows, Facebook Stops Tracking Faces, Pixel 6 Repairing, Pixel Fold Camera Rumor

SGGQA Podcast – SomeGadgetGuy

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 9, 2021


Recovering from Techtober, and getting back into the swing of reviewing some fun tech! AT&T and Verizon slow the spread of 5G due to concerns over aircraft safety. The FCC is approving Boeing’s plans for a satellite internet system. Indiegogo is going to start verifying projects before publishing. Facebook plans to delete face tracking data. … Continue reading "#SGGQA 228: 5G Rollout Slows, Facebook Stops Tracking Faces, Pixel 6 Repairing, Pixel Fold Camera Rumor"

Joe Benigno and Evan Roberts
Anthony Carton's Gift For Evan, Who The Jets Should Start At QB And the FCC Getting Complaints About Eli's Double Bird

Joe Benigno and Evan Roberts

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 9, 2021 24:13


Hour 5: In honor of our 1-year anniversary, Anthony Carton got Evan a git. Craig and Evan discuss who the Jets should start at QB. Craig provides everyone with a Comcast MSG update & the FCC receives complaints about Eli Manning's double bird. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

Packet Pushers - Full Podcast Feed
Network Break 358: Unpacking Juniper's Strategic Objectives; Intel Details New Infrastructure Chip

Packet Pushers - Full Podcast Feed

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 8, 2021 52:52


This weeks' Network Break discusses Juniper's Analyst & Influencer day plus a new Wi-Fi 6E announcement. Intel is teaming up with Google to develop a chip for offloading network, security, and storage jobs from the CPU (but Intel won't call it a DPU). And the FCC revokes authorization for China Telecom to operate in the United States. The post Network Break 358: Unpacking Juniper's Strategic Objectives; Intel Details New Infrastructure Chip appeared first on Packet Pushers.

Packet Pushers - Fat Pipe
Network Break 358: Unpacking Juniper's Strategic Objectives; Intel Details New Infrastructure Chip

Packet Pushers - Fat Pipe

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 8, 2021 52:52


This weeks' Network Break discusses Juniper's Analyst & Influencer day plus a new Wi-Fi 6E announcement. Intel is teaming up with Google to develop a chip for offloading network, security, and storage jobs from the CPU (but Intel won't call it a DPU). And the FCC revokes authorization for China Telecom to operate in the United States. The post Network Break 358: Unpacking Juniper's Strategic Objectives; Intel Details New Infrastructure Chip appeared first on Packet Pushers.

Packet Pushers - Network Break
Network Break 358: Unpacking Juniper's Strategic Objectives; Intel Details New Infrastructure Chip

Packet Pushers - Network Break

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 8, 2021 52:52


This weeks' Network Break discusses Juniper's Analyst & Influencer day plus a new Wi-Fi 6E announcement. Intel is teaming up with Google to develop a chip for offloading network, security, and storage jobs from the CPU (but Intel won't call it a DPU). And the FCC revokes authorization for China Telecom to operate in the United States. The post Network Break 358: Unpacking Juniper's Strategic Objectives; Intel Details New Infrastructure Chip appeared first on Packet Pushers.

Faith Community Church Podcast
The Wailing Blues

Faith Community Church Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 7, 2021 43:03


Audio for: "The Wailing Blues", part of the series "How to Sing The Blues". Sermon given by Andy Lewis, November 7, 2021, at Faith Community Church in Santa Cruz, CA. Visit us online at www.santacruzfaith.org/ and on Sunday Mornings @ Santa Cruz Church of the Nazarene at 9 am.

The Mens Room Daily Podcast
11-05-21 4pm Mens Room Birthdays

The Mens Room Daily Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 6, 2021 36:55


Emails, Ted vs the FCC and Headlines Mike is NOT working on!  See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

Andy & John Talk Telecom
29. Cryptocurrency and Telecom, New FCC Chair, and Government 5G Projects

Andy & John Talk Telecom

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 5, 2021 40:30


Andy and John discuss the intersection between cryptocurrency and telecom, the new FCC chair, and government 5G projects conducted by Verizon and Lockheed Martin. 

The Westerly Sun
Westerly Sun - 2021-11-05: John Hynes, Ashaway Library Community Day, and Richard Alan Booth

The Westerly Sun

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 5, 2021 3:48


You're listening to the Westerly Sun's podcast, where we talk about the best local events, new job postings, obituaries, and more. First, a bit of Rhode Island trivia. Today's trivia is brought to you by Perennial.  Perennial's new plant-based drink “Daily Gut & Brain” is a blend of easily digestible nutrients crafted for gut and brain health. A convenient mini-meal, Daily Gut & Brain” is available now at the CVS Pharmacy in Wakefield. Now, some trivia. Did you know that Rhode Island native, John Hynes is a professional ice hockey coach for the Nashville Predators. He previously served as the head coach of the New Jersey Devils. Next, an event that you should know about… The Ashaway Free Library will host a Library Community Day to celebrate its 150th anniversary on Saturday, Nov. 6th from 11 a.m. to 3 p.m. at Crandall Field. There will be food trucks, including The Cupcakory and Sam's New York System hot dogs, and activities for children, including an obstacle course, face painting and crafts. From 1 to 3 p.m., there will be live acoustic music. Staff and trustees will be on hand to share information on the library's services as well as its role in community history. Anniversary merchandise will be available for purchase, and everyone who attends will receive a free anniversary logo sticker while supplies last. The event, held in partnership with the Hopkinton Recreation Department, is free. For more information, visit facebook.com/ashawaylibrary. See you there! Next, Are you interested in a new opportunity? Look no further, we're here again with another new job listing. Today's posting comes from the City of Norwich. They're looking for 911 Emergency Dispatchers and your responsibility will be to handle and keep accurate communications of calls made to the emergency system.  Pay starts at $51,000 per year. If you're interested, you can read more and apply by using the link in our episode description. https://www.indeed.com/jobs?l=Westerly%2C%20RI&mna=5&aceid&gclid=Cj0KCQjwpf2IBhDkARIsAGVo0D2S3gEb-328GyRpBuTTeeKPdn3-klOh0KYAsfete6MEZmI5S4qTg-4aAnQkEALw_wcB&vjk=c91650dde4931e5f Today we're remembering the life of Richard Alan Booth, 69, of Pawcatuck. Rick graduated from the University of Rhode Island, with a B.A. in Journalism in 1975. He was a member of Phi Kappa Psi fraternity. For 13 years, Rick worked in every newsroom capacity at the old Westerly Sun on Main Street, painstakingly learning the now largely-lost craft of small market journalism. His career spanned the period from typewriters to the internet, from black-and-white to color, film to digital imaging; a fact of which he was particularly proud. From The Sun, Rick became editor of Offshore Magazine in Massachusetts, then of First Word, working in the US Coast Guard district headquarters in Boston, where he won modest national recognition for his skills. He embedded with Coast Guard commands for deployment, including cutters Tamaroa, Eagle, and Seneca. He held several civilian Coast Guard awards, and was an honorary cutterman and honorary master chief, bestowed by the Coast Guard's New England CPOA. He remained a lifelong advocate for the service including, with his wife, sponsorship of cadets at the Coast Guard Academy. From the Coast Guard, Rick earned a post baccalaureate teaching certificate from Framingham State College, teaching English at the Wolfeboro School in New Hampshire, Foxborough Regional Charter School and the former Pilgrim Treatment Center in Braintree, MA, and from 2011 at Al-Noor Academy in Mansfield, MA, retiring from full time work in 2017. Rick was an avid amateur radio operator, with FCC call sign km1g. He was a proficient, proud user of International Morse Code. He is survived by his wife of 43 years, two sons, and three grandchildren. He also leaves a brother. Thank you for taking a moment with us today to remember and celebrate Rick's life. Lastly, remember that reporting the local news is an important part of what it means to live here. Head over to Westerlysun.com and help us tell the stories of our community each and every day. Digital access starts at just 50 cents a day and makes all the difference in the world. That's it for today, we'll be back next time with more! Also, remember to check out our sponsor Perennial, Daily Gut & Brain, available at the CVS on Main St. in Wakefield! See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

The Humanist Report
Episode 313: Build Back BUSTED

The Humanist Report

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 5, 2021 146:28


Welp, the prospect of Joe Biden's ‘Build Back Better' reconciliation bill being transformative has essentially diminished entirely; Joe Manchin called the bluff of House progressives, and they folded immediately like a cheap deck of cards. We'll talk about the implications of this as well as Bernie Sanders' last ditch effort to—at the very least—preserve the Medicare expansion. We'll also talk about Bill Maher's hot take on COVID, COP26, QAnon, and how Joe Manchin and Kyrsten Sinema may be able to stop the FCC from restoring net neutrality. We'll also talk to 2022 congressional candidate Imani Oakley.

Engadget
11/4/21: Twitter finally shows previews for Instagram links...and more news

Engadget

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 4, 2021 3:26


Twitter finally shows previews for Instagram links; Boeing gets FCC approval for a satellite broadband network

GetYourNewsOnWithRon
Election Results, Defund The Police Wins In Iowa, Good FCC News

GetYourNewsOnWithRon

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 4, 2021 50:28


Headlines This Week: Election Results across the nation. Defund The Police Wins in Iowa! Good FCC news.

Two and a Half Amigos
148. Lexis Sharde Comedian podcast host

Two and a Half Amigos

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 3, 2021 70:26


Join Scott and Mark with their guest Lexis Sharde, Lexis Sharde is a writer and producer, known for The Garage (2015) and Rush Hour Entertainment (2011). Lexis Sharde found a passion for public speaking during her time at the University of Oregon as a college radio personality. After volunteering for nearly three years at KWVA she decided to take the next step and pursued the most popular radio station in Eugene, at the time, 94.9 Jamz. The Comedy Clubs:During her time in Los Angeles, she has performed at various comedy clubs including; The Comedy Store, The IMPROV, Flappers & Jon Lovitz's Comedy Club (RIP). Lexis wrote and produced 3 short films, including "The Comedy Show'', hosted a music entertainment show and has been featured in various reality shows, short comedies and music videos. About Lexis Sharde: Lexis Sharde achieved her Bachelor of Arts she decided to move to LA and break way into television. She found an opportunity working for a production company known for creating content for Los Angeles Metro Transit Commuters. Wearing many hats on and off the camera, a mentor suggested improvisation classes to improve her interviewing skills. Lexis began studying improv at Upright Citizens Brigade in 2010, and quickly fell in love with everything they had to offer. After taking a sketch comedy writing class, a fellow student suggested trying stand-up, it's been a wrap ever since. Outline of the Episode:  [02:23] The Brief Introduction about Lexis Sharde.   [02:52] How you started Life Coaching Comedians.   [05:07] What are the things you are trying to address with your podcasts.   [06:37] Anxiety & Depression.   [07:42] Similarities & how much you like b/w Wild Wild West & FCC.   [09:05] How Consistency is a hard thing?   [11:48] 1st Comedy Event.   [13:20] Is there is any need to write a Joke to do a Comedy?   [17:06] Lexis Sharde Favorite   [25:40] The New Norm about Sleeping   [28:09] Scary Movie you remember from your Childhood.   [33:55] Discussing about the Fart Podcast.   [36:50] Experience of Farting in Club Houses.   [45:10] Do you have Farting breaking system in your podcast   [55:47] Rush Hour?   [56:51] What is your favorite Conspiracy?   [59:31] What do you think about the idea of Billionaire Celebrities sealing their yards to green part of Antarctica?   [01:05:19] Would you take one way Trip to Marc?   [01:08:08] What is the piece of information you know that is illegal to know   Catch Lexis Sharde! Website:http://www.lifecoachingcomedians.com/lexisshard Youtube:https://www.youtube.com/user/LexLuther Instagram:https://www.instagram.com/lexissharde Podcast:https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/life-coaching- comedians/id1455433545 Connect with AmigosPC!  Website:https://www.amigospc.net Facebook:https://www.facebook.com/TwoandahalfAmigos Instagram:https://www.instagram.com/amigospc Twitter:https://twitter.com/AmigosPCCheck out  Official AmigosPC Merch at: https://www.teepublic.com/stores/amigospc?ref_id=24626 Join the conversation with the Amigos by becoming a member of Amigos pc get direct access to our discord and other cool free stuff https://amigospc.supercast.tech/

The Humanist Report
Episode 312: The Butchering Of Build Back Better

The Humanist Report

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 29, 2021 170:27


In this episode we'll talk about the ongoing negotiations regarding Biden's ‘Build Back Better' act and how it's a husk of what it once was—and why progressive lawmakers should reject it. We'll also talk about the FCC and net neutrality, Elon Musk and the billionaire tax, Facebook's profit-driven algorithm, Striketober, Joe Rogan's hot take on paternity leave and Jimmy Dore's unhinged attack on Noam Chomsky. We'll close the show by talking to 2022 congressional candidate Stephanie Gallardo. Enjoy!

POLITICO Dispatch
Could angry parents decide Virginia?

POLITICO Dispatch

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 27, 2021 11:22


In a potential preview of the 2022 midterms, Republican Glenn Youngkin is trying to harness parental frustration in his bid to become governor of Virginia. POLITICO's Michael Stratford reports. Plus, the FCC votes to halt China Telecom operations in America. And the U.S. plans to defer 33 million Covid vaccine doses to Africa. Michael Stratford is an education reporter for POLITICO. Jeremy Siegel is a host for POLITICO Dispatch. Irene Noguchi is the executive producer of POLITICO audio. Jenny Ament is the senior producer of POLITICO audio. Raghu Manavalan is a senior editor for POLITICO audio. Read more: Youngkin tries to harness Virginia parent anger in possible '22 GOP preview

Make Me Smart with Kai and Molly
The case for a carbon tax

Make Me Smart with Kai and Molly

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 27, 2021 33:38


How big is your carbon footprint? Do you really know? If it was taxed, you’d find out one way or another. Maybe the cost of carbon gets added on like a sales tax, or maybe the producer gets hit with additional taxes and passes the cost onto you, like a tariff. Either way, you’ll learn something. It’s an idea some Democrats have been kicking around. So has the European Union. Ahead of the United Nations Climate Change Conference, COP26, which starts this weekend in Glasgow, we’re going to step back and explain the carbon tax. Joining us to help with that is economist Shi-Ling Hsu, a professor at Florida State University College of Law and author of “The Case for a Carbon Tax.” Here’s everything we talked about today: “The 5 most important questions about carbon taxes, answered” from Vox A nifty map of existing carbon pricing programs around the world “Ahead of COP26, UN report says G-20 is failing to fight climate change” from The Washington Post “Disneyland ticket prices rise as much as 8%; parking up 20%” from the Los Angeles Times “Hey, Kid, Wanna See Some Leaked Facebook Docs?” from Gizmodo “Biden names Jessica Rosenworcel as first female FCC chair” from The Washington Post Molly’s interview with Rosenworcel on “Marketplace Tech” Finally: We need your voice memos! Tell us what you think of the show or ask a question for Kai Ryssdal and Molly Wood to answer! Here’s how to do it.

Marketplace All-in-One
The case for a carbon tax

Marketplace All-in-One

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 27, 2021 33:38


How big is your carbon footprint? Do you really know? If it was taxed, you’d find out one way or another. Maybe the cost of carbon gets added on like a sales tax, or maybe the producer gets hit with additional taxes and passes the cost onto you, like a tariff. Either way, you’ll learn something. It’s an idea some Democrats have been kicking around. So has the European Union. Ahead of the United Nations Climate Change Conference, COP26, which starts this weekend in Glasgow, we’re going to step back and explain the carbon tax. Joining us to help with that is economist Shi-Ling Hsu, a professor at Florida State University College of Law and author of “The Case for a Carbon Tax.” Here’s everything we talked about today: “The 5 most important questions about carbon taxes, answered” from Vox A nifty map of existing carbon pricing programs around the world “Ahead of COP26, UN report says G-20 is failing to fight climate change” from The Washington Post “Disneyland ticket prices rise as much as 8%; parking up 20%” from the Los Angeles Times “Hey, Kid, Wanna See Some Leaked Facebook Docs?” from Gizmodo “Biden names Jessica Rosenworcel as first female FCC chair” from The Washington Post Molly’s interview with Rosenworcel on “Marketplace Tech” Finally: We need your voice memos! Tell us what you think of the show or ask a question for Kai Ryssdal and Molly Wood to answer! Here’s how to do it.

The Jason Rantz Show
Hour 1 - Lorena's awful apology

The Jason Rantz Show

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 26, 2021 38:50


What's Trending: King County's vaccine passport program off to a slow start, Kim Wyman announces her resignation, and Marshawn violates some FCC laws.  Lorena Gonzalez withdraws her attack ad that was condemned as racist.  All the top Halloween costumes are canceled by the left. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

Marketplace All-in-One
The FCC is poised to expand tribal broadband. It’s acutely needed.

Marketplace All-in-One

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 26, 2021 11:03


As we often say on this show, the internet is everything. But for many people, the only place to get access to the internet is the library. That’s a problem on some tribal lands, where many of the libraries are excluded from federal broadband subsidies because they don’t technically fit the Federal Communications Commission’s definition of a library. The FCC has proposed expanding its definition and will hear from tribal librarians and other stakeholders at a roundtable coming up on Wednesday. Marketplace’s Kimberly Adams talks to fellow Marketplace reporter Savannah Maher, who has been covering this story.

Marketplace Tech
The FCC is poised to expand tribal broadband. It’s acutely needed.

Marketplace Tech

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 26, 2021 11:03


As we often say on this show, the internet is everything. But for many people, the only place to get access to the internet is the library. That’s a problem on some tribal lands, where many of the libraries are excluded from federal broadband subsidies because they don’t technically fit the Federal Communications Commission’s definition of a library. The FCC has proposed expanding its definition and will hear from tribal librarians and other stakeholders at a roundtable coming up on Wednesday. Marketplace’s Kimberly Adams talks to fellow Marketplace reporter Savannah Maher, who has been covering this story.

Cincinnati Soccer Talk
Episode 272 - Finances of a Rebuild

Cincinnati Soccer Talk

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 26, 2021 67:01


Highlights from this week's show. Two matches, two very different losses. Boston, Bryan, Ken, and new host Jason Ashcroft tackle both matches and touch upon how FCC can approach these last final three matches. We hear Coach Marshall's thoughts from the Miami Presser and then get into the meat of the roster. Ken walks us through the updated MLS salaries and shows us what Albright has to work with heading into the offseason. Follow along and feel free to let us know your thoughts. Reach out with questions and comments at feedback@cincinnatisoccertalk.com Cincinnati Soccer Talk is supported by Suerox. If you're looking for a great zero-calorie drink, we love it and use it. Amazon link here Support CST's Written and Audio work here. Become a Patron! You can also help support the show by purchasing some shirts from our new T-shirt store! Head on over to cincinnatisoccertalk.com/shop. Subscribe to Cincinnati Soccer Talk Don't forget you can now download and subscribe to Cincinnati Soccer Talk on iTunes today! The podcast can also be found on Stitcher Smart Radio now. We're also available in the Google Play Store and NOW ON SPOTIFY! As always we'd love your feedback about our podcast! You can email the show at feedback@cincinnatisoccertalk.com. We'd love for you to join us on our Facebook page as well! Like us at Facebook.com/CincinnatiSoccerTalk. The show's RSS feed is https://cincinnatisoccertalk.libsyn.com/rss

The Mens Room Daily Podcast
10-22-21 4pm Mens Room Ted vs The FCC

The Mens Room Daily Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 23, 2021 34:29


Emails, Ted vs The FCC is Back! Plus Headlines Mike is NOT working on!  See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

Grumpy Old Geeks
527: Tribal Knowledge

Grumpy Old Geeks

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 20, 2021 60:28


Congrats, Shatner, boo, Bezos & Takei; rideshare bubble bursts; FCC going after spam texts; Square to build a Bitcoin mining system, maybe; Tesla's really bad Beta-based insurance; Canon USA says no ink-y, no scan-y; Amazon creates its own brands by stealing "tribal knowledge" of competitors; Dune; Squid Game; Succession; Here We Are; Mel Brooks; Disney delays; Sinead & Delores; canceling NYT Cooking, CleanMyMac X subscriptions; USB-C & VPNs; ah, the 80s; pogo-power; Cosby sweaters.Show notes at https://gog.show/527For a limited time, ButcherBox is offering new members a 10 to 16-pound turkey FREE in their first box. Just go to ButcherBox.com/GOG to sign up. That's ButcherBox.com/GOG to receive a FREE turkey in your first box.FOLLOW UPGeorge Takei Roasts “Star Trek” Costar William Shatner After Rocket TripFor Uber and Lyft, the Rideshare Bubble BurstsDead-End SF Street Plagued With Confused WayMo Cars Trying To Turn Around ‘Every 5 Minutes'Your Deep Dive Into Those Waymo Self-Driving Cars In San Francisco That Went Headstrong Up A Dead-End Street Like Floundering Fish Going UpstreamIN THE NEWSNew FCC rules could force wireless carriers to block spam textsJack Dorsey says Square is ‘considering' building a Bitcoin mining systemTesla debuts new car insurance that uses Texans' real-time driving behaviorNo ink, no scan: Canon USA printers hit with class-action suitAmazon copied products and rigged search results to promote its own brands, documents showMEDIA CANDYDuneSquid GameSuccessionHere We Are: Notes for Living on Planet EarthMel Brooks Is Back With ‘History of the World, Part II' SeriesDisney delays all of Marvel's 2022 filmsSinead O'Connor and Pillow Queens to feature on album of covers inspired by The CranberriesSECURITY HAH!The CyberWireDave BittnerHacking HumansCaveatRecorded FutureApple's latest MacBook Pros have MagSafe, SD card slots and camera notchesAt last, a middle ground, a place where skateboarders and rollerbladers can all get together.The 1985 MTV Music Awards really kind of sucked.CLOSING SHOUT-OUTSExpressVPN Knew 'Key Facts' of Executive Who Worked for UAE Spy UnitSee Privacy Policy at https://art19.com/privacy and California Privacy Notice at https://art19.com/privacy#do-not-sell-my-info.

Drew and Mike Show
Drew And Mike – October 19, 2021

Drew and Mike Show

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 20, 2021 180:28


Andra the bullhorn Brian Laundrie protester, Thomas Markle takes the high road, new Jack White music, Oberlin v. Cisgender men, mandate madness, Brittany Murphy HBO doc, and the infamous Evan Longoria pic.We find out the MLB league championships are in progress. Boston fans are being really mean to A-Rod. Trevor Bauer is on YouTube instead of the NLCS.The Buffalo Bills lost MNF on a Josh Allen slip. BranDon lost his fantasy matchup. Marc lost his parlay.Reminder: Mitch Albom does a lot of great things for Haiti. Mitch has killed the goatee.We remember the quick 2-minute segment of Evan Longoria's dick pic that got the Drew & Mike Show in trouble with the FCC around 2012.Andra Griffin is hanging out at Brian Laundrie's house every single day. Chris Laundrie got fed up and ripped her sign... now he's being sued for $40. We chat with Andra.We try and connect with Brian Laundrie's doppelganger and we check in with the hotel that narc'd on him.Simon Monjack was the biggest con and Brittany Murphy paid for it. HBO Max has a new documentary that tells the story.Karl's WATP show is climbing up the charts. The Reddit page is being really mean to Drew, but they LOVE Eric Zane.The fall of Radio Hall of Famer, Eric Ferguson, continues.It's Wednesday, bitches.That 70's Show gets a spinoff: That 90's Show! We wonder if that Scientologist (and rapist) will reprise his role.Katie Couric jumped on the Today Show. Savannah Guthrie has vocal fry now. Marc coins 'lateral dating'.Thomas Markle speaks out on Good Morning Britain and takes the high road. The poor old man has been dumped and wants to see his grandbabies. Meghan and Harry have a new investment firm (cause they need more money) that isn't as woke as they think it is.Don't drink and drive 150 mph on I-696.Bonerliners did not like The Guilty.Jack White dropped the first song in a long time... twice.The View was not a safe space for Meghan McCain. Joy Behar is so mean.Adele new songs sound like Adele songs.Rebel Wilson still sizzles.Cisgender men are not welcome on the Oberlin College campus. Peter Fray-Witzer needs a lot of time to process things before someone enters his space.People would rather film a rape than call 911 on the rapist.Drew and Marc feel marginalized for being left-handed.Mandates: The Washington State Cougars blow out their coach. Southwest bails on their plan. Allison Williams quits ESPN. Congress and other special people are exempt... not you. Religious exemptions are confusing.The Chicago Sky had a huge parade.Lyla is a humping machine.We roll with a few more older segments for Clarktober.Social media is dumb but we're on Facebook, Instagram and Twitter (Drew and Mike Show, Marc Fellhauer, Trudi Daniels and BranDon).

Drew and Mike Show
Drew And Mike – October 18, 2021

Drew and Mike Show

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 19, 2021 158:08


Good looking people in the news, Drew Crime, RIP Colin Powell, Travis Barker engaged to a Kardashian, The Guilty on Netflix, Jackson Mahomes dance & apology, and Drew's buying new season tickets.Mr. Methane is selling farts in a jar online and you should buy one. Drew wants to purchase THIS specific fart.The Beatles are on TikTok, so sign Drew up to dance.Drew Crime: Eric Pearson is not a good guy. Mother God drank a little too much Jim Bakker silver. Ex-principal, Joe Bryan, is looking to clear his name so he can hang up his Chippendales calendar.Who Are These Podcasts? is cranking up the comedy charts after their episode on Dave & Chuck.We remember when Mike Clark's description of Evan Longoria's weiner got the show in legal/FCC trouble (NSFW link).Chad Dukes got a raw deal in radio and no one knows exactly what he said to get in trouble.SNL's ratings are terrible. Check out this week's top skit.Travis Barker and Kourtney Kardashian are engaged. Thankfully they caught it all on film for their new Hulu show. Both of their ex's need to be check on and they are losing it.Kelly Osbourne is off the wagon and back in rehab, thus answering the question of "What ever happened to Kelly Osbourne?".TikTok is causing tics in teen girls.The Five-Eighths beer we were talking about has NOTHING to do with us. #sad.Paul McCartney is going to induct the Foo Fighters into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame.Jennifer Love Hewitt announced on social media that she needs to take a social media break to get her body back in order.Drew watched Jake Gyllenhaal's new movie and he hates it.Mandate Issues: Chicago Police are in a vaccine battle with Lori Lightfoot. Drew is upset that nobody knows Brandon Goodwin's story. Allison Williams leaves ESPN to have a baby. Johnson & Johnson folks need their booster.Local Accidents: A semi-truck driver bailed after crashing into EVERYTHING! Two women were killed in a hit and run in Detroit.Henry Ford Hospital "spoofing" is all the rage. RIP Colin Powell.Robert Durst is going to die ASAP.Daniel Craig goes to gay bars to stay out of fights. It's definitely NOT because he's gay.Britney Spears is planning a huge Freedom Bash.Not one member of Motley Crue reached out to see if Vince Neil and his broken ribs are ok.Rolling Stone Magazine is evolving into 'Rock and Roll Tattle-Tale Magazine'.A Netflix employee was fired for leaking company info in an attempt to hurt Dave Chappelle."America's Got Talent: Extreme" is a thing. They halted production after a stunt gone wrong. Some people are saying the trick wasn't that great, but it's still better than anything by Nic Wallendas.Flavor Flav's Fried Chicken didn't work out so well, but at least he's now roosting in Michigan.Jackson Mahomes danced on Sean Taylor's memorial. He's really sorry,  as there's a drive into deep left field by Castellanos and that'll be a home run.REAL SPORTS: The WNBA Championship was a MASSIVE success according to Robin Roberts, Chance the Rapper and 6 other people. It's a great day to be Dawn Staley, but still not a college athlete. The Lady Gamecock's such a draw that Drew's looking into getting season tickets. Stephen Belichick is a product of nepotism. DUUUUH!Cancel every single Pittsburgh Steeler fan for doing the wave at the wrong time.Benton Harbor is the new Flint.Superman has abandoned the 'American Way' to sell out to the rest of the world.Lori Loughlin is coming back and making some coin proving that her crime was the best thing for her entire family.Enjoy some classic Flavor Flav conversations with the show.Social media is dumb but we're on Facebook, Instagram and Twitter (Drew and Mike Show, Marc Fellhauer, Trudi Daniels and BranDon).