Just got done taping the CW-16 segment on the Time Warner cap about an hour ago, and I think it went rather well. Certainly better than my unintentionally stoic performance on the night of the primaries this past election season.
Not sure if they’re going to put it on the web or not, but if it shows up, it will show up here. We got to discuss a number of good issues surrounding the cap, including Net Neutrality, competition and duopoly and how much technology has changed over the years relative to the static service Time Warner has provided. I really appreciated being given the time to speak to Rochester outside of my little blog, here.
Update: Video of the interview can be found here.