Magazines, like the rest of the media, are thought to be in trouble.
This is especially bad news for the conversation on which democracy
depends. For magazines are the place where news is put in perspective,
analyzed, considered in context and in depth.
Communications regulators on Tuesday will unveil a sweeping proposal to
overhaul U.S. broadband policy. Their aim: to bring affordable,
high-speed Internet connections to all Americans and make access much
faster for people who already have broadband.