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Marketplace Tech for Thursday, September 29, 2016
Sep 29, 2016

Marketplace Tech for Thursday, September 29, 2016

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On today's show, we'll talk about today's later controversial vote from the Federal Communications System on a proposal that will free consumers from paying extra to get cable and satellite TV boxes from their providers; look at how people feel about BlackBerry's decision to stop making phones; and interview the founder of the site Feminist Frequency, Anita Sarkeesian, about her new series, "Ordinary Women: Daring to Defy History."

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Anita Sarkeesian on 'Ordinary Women'

Sep 29, 2016
The critic Anita Sarkeesian has a new web series that will look at the contributions women have made throughout history.
Anita Sarkeesian on the set of "Ordinary Women."
Courtesy of Feminist Frequency

RIP Blackberry phones, you will be missed (kinda)

Sep 29, 2016
Good riddance? Best work phone ever?
So long, Blackberry!
Joe Raedle/Getty Images

On today’s show, we’ll talk about today’s later controversial vote from the Federal Communications System on a proposal that will free consumers from paying extra to get cable and satellite TV boxes from their providers; look at how people feel about BlackBerry’s decision to stop making phones; and interview the founder of the site Feminist Frequency, Anita Sarkeesian, about her new series, “Ordinary Women: Daring to Defy History.”

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