Revolution in a Box was published in the November issue of Foreign Policy. The article notes the continuing global spread of television sets and an explosion of viewer choice driven by cable, satellite and digital technologies. It suggests this is a good thing, pointing to evidence that access to competitive television can improve womens' standing in the home, increase girls schooling, reduce fertility rates, lower drug use, improve governance and (possibly) help foster global peace. I spoke about the piece on NPR, Australia's ABC and on blip TV. It was picked up by Fast Company and the London Times. I didn't speak about the article to the UK's Daily Star --but this didn't stop them making up an inteview. British journalism at its best!