In last week's "Media Watch" column, "Shiver Me Timbers," about a local unlicensed radio station's fight against the Federal Communications Commission, we reported that the broadcasters were selling advertising spots to the Internet radio networks carried on the station. RuleofLawRadio.com's Deborah Stevens says she is in fact only selling spots for her own local "network" – not for the other networks that also air on her station.

The Rockpalast DVD roundup of Aug. 6, "Nasty Dogs & Funky Kings," misspelled its German producer's name. Corrected, it is: Peter Ruechel.

In the July 30 issue, we referred in "Naked City" ("SBOE Draws Bipartisan Fire") to Thomas Ratliff as a Republican member of the State Board of Education; he is actually a Republican nominee in the November election for that board.

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