Janet Guyon

Quartz

Guest

Technology editor for Quartz.

Janet Guyon on KCRW

The Federal Communications Commission says it’s planning to do away with net neutrality.

DOJ opposes AT&T and Time Warner merger

The Federal Communications Commission says it’s planning to do away with net neutrality.

from Press Play with Madeleine Brand

More from KCRW

JD Vance is the Republican vice presidential nominee. An Ohio political science professor discusses who he is, and what this pick means.

from Press Play with Madeleine Brand

Air traffic is picking up at LAX after a global technology outage grounded three major airlines. Travelers should check their flights online before heading to airports.

from KCRW Features

The last time the United States saw large scale student anti-war protests was in response to the Vietnam War in 1968 and today against the genocide in Gaza.

from Scheer Intelligence

Mexican tomatillo salsa, Indian green chutney, and Italian salsa verde — use them as condiments for grilled meat, fish, or tofu.

from Press Play with Madeleine Brand

MoviePass allowed customers to see one film per day in theaters — for $10/month. But its Black founders were ousted.

from Press Play with Madeleine Brand

The Republican National Convention convenes for a second night in Milwaukee, Wisc., to promote the campaign of former President Donald Trump and his new running mate, Ohio Sen. J.D.

from NPR

Customization is endless when it comes to baking pizza. Here’s a breakdown of what tools you need, how to make dough, and which toppings to choose.

from Press Play with Madeleine Brand

LA Mayor Karen Bass says the Supreme Court’s decision to allow bans on homeless encampments could lead to mass incarceration. Will it change the city’s strategy?

from KCRW Features

Alianza Translatinx , a group led by trans people of color, released a study showing a lack of housing resources for trans people in Orange County.

from KCRW Features