Articles by James Gattuso

The Government's Vertical Hold on TV

Like a bad TV set, the ongoing debate over indecency on cable television has produced a lot of heat and noise, but not much focus. Last month, the topic was examined by Sen. Ted Steven's Commerce Committee, in its third... Read More

Waiting for the Telecom Godot

If you liked "Waiting for Godot," you've probably loved this year's congressional telecom reform drama. Much like the characters in the Samuel Beckett play -- who keep audiences waiting for the appearance of the apparently important, but ill-defined title character Read More

The House Takes a Misplaced Bite at Energy Vampires'

Wrong-way Corrigan couldn't have done it better. In a month punctuated by news of plummeting PC sales and ever more tech industry lay-offs and bankruptcies, Congress moved forward legislation that's bound to affect the ailing New Economy. A tax cut?... Read More

The House Takes a Misplaced Bite at 'Energy Vampires'

Wrong-way Corrigan couldn't have done it better. In a month punctuated by news of plummeting PC sales and ever more tech industry lay-offs and bankruptcies, Congress moved forward legislation that's bound to affect the ailing New Economy. A tax cut?... Read More

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