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In 1945, Chattanoogans had a choice of three AM radio stations for coverage of news of the final year of World War II.
Sara Morris, the incoming acting director of the Federal Communications Commission 's office of legislative affairs, shouldn't be surprised if members of Congress ring her soon about the agency's new rule clearing the way for cellphone use on airplanes.
For pay phones here and everywhere else in America, the dial tone is flat lining.
The U.S. Federal Communications Commission has withdrawn a proposal to relax the ban on owning several media outlets in the same media market, an FCC official said on Tuesday.
The FCC vote in favour of a public review exploring the pros and cons of lifting the current ban on cell phones in-flight could pave the way for US airlines to allow passengers to make calls and send messages onboard.
AT&T is warning its customers and those using other wireless networks that others may want to access your mobile phone and mobile phone account.
This article originally appeared in TV Technology. TV and radio broadcasting was less of an irritant to people in the second quarter of the year compared to the first.
The U.S. Department of Transportation reportedly is considering a ban on using cellphones for voice calls on commercial airlines , despite a recent ruling by the Federal Communications Commission that would have allowed such use.
There is a FCC requirement for every carrier to sell a certain number of devices like Samsung's Galaxy Core Advance designed with visually impaired people in mind.
Sprint Corp. reportedly is planning a bid for T-Mobile US Inc., a move that would continue a period of rapid telecom consolidation and leave regulators questioning if the deal would encourage industry competition to improve network service and lower consumer costs.
"You may now use your mobile devices from gate to gate," is the new pre-flight announcement on U.S. airplanes.
By now, most of the traveling public is aware the Federal Communications Commission has proposed lifting the ban on cellphone use in planes while aloft, and is currently soliciting public comment.
At every stage in Comcast's switch to a digital cable system over the past few years, all sorts of people ask what's happening to their TV and what can be done.
The Federal Communications Commission is moving closer to removing its prohibition of in-flight phone calls, but the Department of Transportation, which oversees aviation, isn't so sure that permitting calls "is fair to consumers" and will consider creating its own ban as part of its consumer protection role.
It's been two years since AT&T's attempted purchase of T-Mobile fell apart. Now, T-Mobile is reportedly in Sprint's crosshairs.