Thomas Hazlett

Thomas Hazlett is a senior fellow at the Manhattan Institute. He formerly served as chief economist of the Federal Communications Commission.

March 16 2004 6:01 PMLocal MotivesWhy the FCC should scrap its absurd rules for satellite radio.
Oct. 7 2003 12:10 PMFinally, Something Good on German TVBerlin has digital television. Why can't the U.S. follow?
Feb. 13 2004 11:27 AMRequiem for the V-ChipA relic of the last battle over indecency on TV.
Oct. 7 2002 11:07 AMMoney for NothingThe FCC is forcing you to buy digital TV tuners that may not even work.
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