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Unread April 28th, 2009, 12:40 PM
James Brody James Brody is offline
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Cool Ukrainian Radio: What Might Be Coming

NPR led the way, keeping me depressed for six years, and there is scuttlebutt that Congress - the folks whom we select and pay - now considers restrictions on radio and Internet communications.

It's been done before: Alexandra Matoshko for the Kyiv Post, 4/27/09.

"I discovered Radio One on 99.4 FM sometime in 2007. A Ukrainian radio playing latest arrivals in modern rock such as the Killers, Maximo Park and Kings of Leon, and mixing it with rock classics like Oasis and Guns N Roses and various new Ukrainian bands. Now that was a real find.

"By that time, I had almost given up on Ukrainian radio altogether. While there are a great many radio stations, they mostly play bad Ukrainian, Russian pop, Soviet or Western pop and Chanson – a very specific genre which includes songs about one's criminal past or present, and simplistic Soviet-style restaurant and bar music."

More at

See also:
"A Zogby poll released today shows overwhelming opposition to a Senate bill that would give the president authority to shut down the Internet in times of national emergency.

"Commissioned by the O'Leary Report, the poll of 3,937 voters in the last election shows 81.8 percent oppose the idea, with only 5 percent supporting it. The margin of error is +/-1.6 percent, according to Zogby.

"The bill in question is the Cybersecurity Act of 2009, sponsored by Sen. Jay Rockefeller, D-W.V., Sen. Olympia Snowe, R-Maine, and Sen. Bill Nelson, D-Fla. It would give to the U.S. government authority over all networks considered part of the nation's critical infrastructure. Under the proposed Cybersecurity Act of 2009, the president would have the authority to shut down Internet traffic to protect national security."


Western bad habits mingle with personal choices and past traditions in interesting ways. See photos of the recent Kyiv Biker Show and see what the Cossacks have become, especially photo #38.

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