Latest Federal Communications Commission Stories
In an attempt to win over TV stations reluctant to participate in next year’s spectrum incentive auction, the US Federal Communications Commission (FCC) has recruited an investment bank to draft a pitch document designed to highlight the benefits of participating.
The long-running and at times acrimonious debate surrounding the proposed $45.2 billion dollar bid by Comcast Corp. for Time Warner Cable Inc. has taken a new twist and the gloves appear to be coming off.
Warns Representative Matsui, FCC Leaders Of Dangers Posed By Potential New Rules SACRAMENTO, Calif., Sept.
SACRAMENTO, Calif., Sept.
The Minority Cellular Partners Coalition provides first-hand accounts questioning the business practices of the wireless giant WASHINGTON, Sept.
SAN FRANCISCO, Sept.
FCC Chairman Tom Wheeler is considering holding wireless service providers to the same Net Neutrality rules that apply to wired broadband companies, and is considering calling off next year’s spectrum auction unless firms demonstrate that they are willing to commit serious money to the cause.
In the Face of a "Terminating Monopoly" the FCC Cannot Forbear From Tariffing Requirement WASHINGTON, Sept.
BALTIMORE, Sept. 9, 2014 /PRNewswire/ -- ONE Media LLC today announced that Jerald Fritz has joined the company as Executive Vice President for Strategic and Legal Affairs. Mr.