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2 hrs ago | Switched
"[W]ithout power and independence, a town may contain good subjects, but it can have no active citizens."
3 hrs ago | Post and Courier
Sinclair Broadcast Group Inc. announced Friday that the Federal Communications Commission and the Department of Justice have approved its acquisition of WCIV-TV in Mount Pleasant and six other stations.
6 hrs ago | Hispanic Business
Chairman and Commissioners moved swiftly to support this acquisition, releasing an Order well in advance of the FCC's internal deadline for review of such transactions.
6 hrs ago | Sys-Con Media
Frontier Communications announced today that the Federal Communications Commission has approved its proposed acquisition of AT&T's local wireline, broadband and video operations in Connecticut.
9 hrs ago | Mashable
The Federal Communications Commission has received more than 1 million comments on its website regarding its open Internet rules, which are considered an important step in ensuring a fair and open Internet.
11 hrs ago | TV Technology
Texas Republican Joe Barton went to bat for low-power TV broadcasters in a hearing on Capitol Hill Thursday to give them a little more purchase in the upcoming spectrum incentive auction.
16 hrs ago | The Citizens' Voice
I am writing in reference to the letter to the editor from Donna Rosencrance of Clarks Summit .
Those sites could block access to popular content and extort tolls out of Internet service providers, the cable companies warn.
Cities like Chattanooga, Tenn., have led the charge of providing public broadband services to local communities.
The Federal Communications Commission has approved Sinclair Broadcast Group's acquisition of eight Allbritton Communications television stations for $985 million, the final hurdle to closing a deal first announced more than a year ago.
U.S. communications regulators on Wednesday reminded Internet service providers to promise consumers only the speed and quality of service that they actually deliver, or face penalties.
Mergers in the communications space are a reaction to increasing competition from online and other video providers, according to Jessica Rosenworcel, a Democrat on the Federal Communications Commission.
A project to upgrade the Morgan County Communications Center equipment is nearly done, but area emergency responders will now have to think about replacing all of their hand-held radios.
A Sarasota man who was a major campaign donor to President Barack Obama is facing tough questions after he received what some are calling preferential treatment by the Federal Communications Commission.
Records filed with the Federal Communications Commission show Sullivan's campaign reserved time in the fall on at least two TV stations.
While President Obama was raising hundreds of thousands of dollars at two Bay Area fundraisers Wednesdays, protesters urged him to keep a promise he made to ensure that the Internet remains a level playing field.
A group representing state legislatures is threatening to sue to protect restrictions on city-run Internet networks, claiming the projects often waste taxpayer money.
Updated: Fri Jul 25, 2014 05:40 pm
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