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If The House Changes Hands…

Friday, September 22, 2006  |  posted by Hugh Hewitt
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It would mean this.  And this.

RedConty also covers why Arnold should veto AB 523, which proposes to allow the sale of an Orange County, CA PBS station on sweetheart terms in order to avoid a religious broadcaster from purchasing the license. This isn’t an issue just for California, as it now considers the future of PBS given that digital is going to expand the reach of every PBS station in the US, which should be followed by the liquidation of smaller and inefficient signals in favor of multi-channel broadcasting by the larger and better resourced stations, like Los Angeles’ KCET.  The new technology will allow better PBS programming to emerge if the inefficienies of the smaller stations are not unnecessarily prolonged.

Arnold has a chance to make an election time statement about fiscal responsibility, religious freedom and the necessity of new technology encouragment all with a stroke of his veto pen.

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