Stuart Milk, Harvey Milk's nephew, is working to keep his late uncle's legacy alive through organizations such as the Harvey Milk Foundation. He sat down with the San Francisco Chronicle to talk about his work.
Democratic FCC Commissioner Jonathan Adelstein chats with B&C about the agency's drive against misleading ad practices, including unidentified video news releases and product placement; the need for a DTV task force; and concerns over whether the FCC's processes are "open and transparent."
High-speed Internet wireless provider Clearwire anticipates that WiMAX service will be available across most of the U.S. by 2010. In an exclusive interview with Forbes, Clearwire CEO Benjamin Wolff discusses the challenges of building a nationwide wireless Internet service, growing subscriptions and the upcoming FCC auction, which could affect all third-party wireless providers.