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Telecommunications Policy Director
Consumer Federation of America

Legislative Counsel
Consumer Federation of America


Consumer Federation of America

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FCC, Cyberspace, Reed Hundt- CJR, July/Aug 95

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"I think there's a great deal of danger in this legislation," says Bradley Stillman, Telecommunications Policy Director of the Consumer Federation of America.

PRIVACY Forum Archive Document - (priv.02.25)

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Brad Stillman, Legislative Counsel, Consumer Federation of America, 1424 16th Street, NW, Suite 604, Washington, DC 20036 202/387-6121; bstillman@essential.org

NICT - 3242

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As Brad Stillman, a representative for the Consumer Federation of America, put it: "If you look at this legislation, there is something for absolutely everybodyó except the consumer."

FCC, Cyberspace, Reed Hundt- CJR, July/Aug 95

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I think there's a great deal of danger in this legislation , says Bradley Stillman , Telecommunications Policy Director of the Consumer Federation of America.If one entity owns the local newspaper , the television station , the cable system , and the telephone company , any reporter for that newspaper or TV station who does a story not pleasing to the company could be in serious difficulty.I think that threat is very real..Consolidation and concentration of media companies , in other words , can choke robust journalism.Corporate barons are notoriously uninterested in investigative reporting , either about themselves or about peers with whom they share boardrooms.

Videazimut: CLIPS issue #10

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As Brad Stillman , a representative for the Consumer Federation of America , put it : If you look at this legislation , there is something for absolutely everybody except the consumer..

Communications policy making has been largely impervious to public influence since the passage of the 1934 Federal Communications Act , which ensured that private corporations would dominate American telecommunications.Supporters of the 1934 law insisted that the public interest could best be served by companies primarily interested in making a profit.But by relegating noncommercial broadcasters to the margins of the U.S. airwaves , the legislation of 1934 seriously distorted America's media and tragically affected the quality of our political culture.Today , however , spectacular new technologies hold the promise of revitalizing communications in the United States.Perhaps the most dramatic development has been the rise of the Internet and on-line computer services.The Internet has permitted mass interactive communication and has given millions of users relatively cheap access to information at lightening speed.

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