FCC's Powell must be held to his word

Dan Gillmor vents some anger at Colin Powells son and the FCC for changing the rules on media ownership.

Monday, barring an 11th-hour change of bureaucratic heart, the Federal Communications Commission will give a gaggle of powerful corporations a gift of enormous value. The three Republican commissioners will outvote two Democrats in easing long-standing rules designed to prevent a few companies from controlling too much of the media we read, hear and view.