R. Neal is on top of two Tennessean stories on the personal connections and telecommunications cronyism in the General Assembly and and in the Governor's Office. When it comes to corporate control over the public broadcast infrastructure, let's just throw ethics out the top-floor window, shall we? There's enough money to go around for Comcast, AT&T, and our elected officials.
What a seething nest of utter turpitude this "private-public partnership" is.
Now we see why AT&T got most everything it wanted and left Tennessee consumers with practically nothing.