Expanding clemency criteria, Napster politics, Signal Hill's 90th anniversary, Tuesday Reviewsday and more

Today on Take Two: The U.S. Supreme Court takes a look at the future of television. KPCC's Ben Bergman joins host A Martinez with a closer look at Aereo TV, controversial technology that some say could change the world of TV as we know it; next, we'll check in with Irma Munoz, president of Mujeres de La Tierra, to talk about pollution in Southern California; the Justice Department announced Monday that it will be expanding its clemency criteria. What does this announcement mean for the state of California and its overcrowded prisons?; Next, we'll talk about the 90th anniversary of Signal Hill. What makes this slice of L.A. special? This and more coming up on the show.
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