Abstract

Here is a look at fiber optics from the other side—at work. Will Americans be getting their news from an editor at the phone company rather than from a publisher or a broadcaster? The issue is free speech, say the telcos; the problem is control of information, say the broadcasters and publishers. Reprinted by permission from Washington Journalism Review, May 1990.

© 1990 Optical Society of America

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