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Video streaming service Netflix has agreed to pay U.S. broadband provider AT&T Inc to ensure smooth delivery of Netflix content to Internet users, the companies said on Tuesday.
With the fight over net neutrality still simmering, the Federal Communications Commission has opened up another front in the battle over the Internet's future.
The long-anticipated merger of Sprint Corp and T-Mobile US Inc is not expected to occur before September, with the companies continuing due diligence and preparing a detailed case for a deal before U.S. regulators, according to people familiar with the matter.
Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid speaks during a news conference on Capitol Hill, June 24. Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid said he'll defend the Federal Communications Commission against congressional Republicans if it decides to support net neutrality with new regulations requiring Internet providers to treat all data equally.
Early one morning in April last year, someone accessed an underground vault just south of San Jose, California, and cut through fiber-optic cables there.
Growing alarm about big companies controlling online content has led to an unprecedented amount of public participation in a phase of the FCC's regulatory process usually reserved for lawyers and policy wonks.
Galaxy Mega 2. Words have spread recently that the smart gadget has already been cleared by the Federal Communications Commission ( An employee of Samsung Electronics walks past the company main office in Seoul in this April 6, 2010 file photo.
With the FCC's new in-school Wi-Fi initiative kicking into gear, schools need to take a few things into consideration before deploying.
Frontier Communications Corp. has received approval from the Federal Communications Commission to acquire AT&T's local wireline, broadband and video operations based in Connecticut.
Around 10 percent of the country as defined by U.S. Census areal data is eligible for federal funding to create experimental broadband networks.
The good news for those that wish to jump carriers or unlock their device when traveling abroad is they will no longer face fines of up to $500,000 and a jail sentence of up to five years for doing so.
Net neutrality is a civil rights issue. While we often stress the important First Amendment and free speech issues tied to strong "open internet" or " net neutrality " protections, we have spent less time discussing how crucial these protections are to minority and low income communities.
TV got its start 60 years ago FCC issued non-commercial license No. 1 to Channel 48 after it debuted in July 1954 Check out this story on cincinnati.com: http://cin.ci/1mULDF2 Oscar Robertson, at far left, guard for the Cincinnati Royals basketball team, does an early stint as an auctioneer for the WCET benefit Feb. 16, 1968.
The municipalities and municipally-owned utilities that have been successfully providing broadband services are gearing up for a long battle, determined to address demand from surrounding communities to extend their networks -- even if they have to get approval to do it one community at a time.
The Skinny: I was on TV on Sunday and realized I look older than I feel. It may be time for an eye job.
Oak City Media, the nonprofit behind the low-power FM station known as 101.9 WKRP, wants to provide listeners with a mix of entertainment and hyperlocal information that commercial stations cannot because of their larger audiences and reliance on advertising dollars.
Updated: Wed Jul 30, 2014 10:21 am
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