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Even the New York Times columnist Joe Nocera thought it would be a good idea for the FCC’s Tom Wheeler and Congressional folks to arrive at something resembling a compromise on net neutrality without Title II. His take: “HeHeHeHeHe!” I concur. A painful belly laugh. But then! Holy Moly! Something resembling compromise … STELA turned into STELAR and OMG! the Senate passed it for the President’s signature. And now I can continue to get Denver TV stations on DirecTV (no DISH here, so no worries about losing the Broncos). That’s a big deal because I’ve got the Continental Divide between me and the transmitters. STELAR gives me another legal five years.

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“Chug” will be noted in the media history books as the first series fully fan-funded via Kickstarter to be telecast on an American television network. (In case you are wondering, the scripted gay drama “DTLA” telecast two years ago on Logo was a project partially funded via Kickstarter.) Lamprey and his wife Melissa Schilling, who is also an executive producer of “Chug,” were able to complete six episodes of the show before finding a network to run them. It was Schilling’s idea to make food a component of this series, rather than having Lamprey focus exclusively on alcohol, to make it accessible to a broader audience.

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