By George Castle
Monday, September 26th, 2016
Spend an hour with Newton Minow, a living, breathing museum of history with all his faculties at 90, and inevitably you want any question connected with broadcasting answered.
The most prominent former Federal Communications Commission chairman in history and godfather of the presidential debate system took me on a time trip in his Sidley Austin law office in the Loop. Along the way, I asked how the sports-TV rights bubble could be maintained, given the wrenching changes in the media due to the internet and ubiquitous, hypnotic iPhones.