Wheeler Cites LPFM Progress
May 28, 2014
FCC Chairman Tom Wheeler says the commission must look back, into history, in order to move forward.
“On May 24, 1844, Samuel Morse famously telegraphed, ‘What hath God wrought!’ from Washington, D.C., to Baltimore, the first official telegraphic message sent over of a long distance. Coincidentally, 18 years later to the day, Abraham Lincoln would send nine telegraph messages to Union generals, becoming the first President to regularly use electronic communications,” writes Wheeler on his blog.
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