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Mark your calendars for March 17 as Wheeler has been “invited” to testify before the House Oversight Committee (Chaired by Jason Chaffetz, R-UT). You might want to double mark the 17th as House Judiciary Chairman Bob Goodlatte (R-VA) has also invited Wheeler for that busy Tuesday. Then on March 18, Sen. John Thune (R-SD) is set to hold hearings that, he hopes, might lead to a reversal of the FCC vote. It’s back to the House as its Communications Subcommittee will (hope to) host all five FCC members at a general oversight hearing later the next day, March 19 … at least that’s what Chairman Rep. Greg Walden (R-OR) told C-SPAN’s Communicators program. Prepared testimony for all?

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The Telegraph is a respected broadsheet publisher that attracts a largely conservative readership for whom the paper’s mix of in-depth quality reporting and feature writing is appealing. Peter Oborne is a “name” journalist, in part responsible for attracting readers to the newspaper and its digital variants. Oborne resigned because he felt that his and his colleagues’ reporting of the current scandal around HSBC and tax avoiders/evaders was either ignored or at best down-graded by management on the back of threats from HSBC to withdraw its advertising.

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