Broadband access has devolved into an industry that functions at the whim of a few big corporations "regulated" by the equivalent of replacement refs who have allowed an industry to get out of control, and allow companies to do what they want regardless of the harm to society.
Enter Hoda Kotb and a new controversy that threatens to once again return NBC and its desperate inability to make a decision and stick with it back to their rightful place in the public eye. NBC says it's fully behind Savannah Guthrie. Uh-huh. I've heard that before.
If you want proof that the growing Hispanic population and its impact will change the way people experience popular culture in a colossal and immediate way - look no further than the big changes happening at the nation's biggest media players.
Meredith Attwell Baker is the current FCC member who is leaving to join Comcast after having voted to allow Comcast to take over NBC-Universal. The timing of Baker's departure "looks bad." But looking bad isn't the same as being bad.