Thomas Hazlett
Thomas Hazlett

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

Gizmos
March 16 2004 6:01 PMLocal MotivesWhy the FCC should scrap its absurd rules for satellite radio.
Gizmos
Oct. 7 2003 12:10 PMFinally, Something Good on German TVBerlin has digital television. Why can't the U.S. follow?
Gizmos
Feb. 13 2004 11:27 AMRequiem for the V-ChipA relic of the last battle over indecency on TV.
Politics
Oct. 7 2002 11:07 AMMoney for NothingThe FCC is forcing you to buy digital TV tuners that may not even work.
  Life
Caixin
Aug. 31 2015 10:26 AM Unraveling Why So Many Firefighters Perished in the Tianjin Blast Lack of basic chemical safety regulations or even “willful neglect” may have impeded firefighters and contributed to their deaths.
  Slate Plus
Slate Plus
Aug. 28 2015 12:31 PM What Happened at Slate This Week? International affairs writer Joshua Keating on what to read to understand the apparently permanent slowdown of the Chinese economy.