New Media and Politics: A UCLA Newsroom Interview with Frank Gilliam -- Posted March 18, 2008
Franklin D. Gilliam Jr., professor of political science and director of UCLA's Center for Communications and Community, discusses the role of new media in presidential politics.
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Net Neutrality has been a hot topic of debate for over a year now.Steven comes down in favor of the regulation because it evens the playing. So much of the value of the Internet is in its come one, come all format - any grassroots or organic company, non-profit or movement can gain traction and visibility and rise up to compete with the largest and most visible Internet companies. If a two tier system emerges, that dynamic changes for everyone.