Nielsen says that there’s half a billion people on-line worldwide. Clearly, that’s an important milestone, though I’m not sure what the larger meaning is. One thing you can extrapolate is that only 1/12 (8.3%) or so of the world’s population is on-line. Suddenly, a big number becomes small. How does this compare to radio listenership?
Archive | August, 2001
FCC’s Most Liberal Commissioner to Leave The FCC announced yesterday that Commissioner Gloria Tristani, a Democratic Clinton appointee, will be leaving the Commission on Sept. 7. This gives Bush the rare opportunity to completely rework the FCC, appointing all 5 commissioners, two of whom must be Democrats. Which is also why it is unfortunate, since […]