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WASHINGTON The Federal Communications Commission will vote on new rules that would prohibit broadcast companies from controlling more than two TV stations in a market by sharing advertising sales staff, Reuters reports.
The House voted Tuesday to require the Federal Communications Commission to operate more transparently, including by ensuring public input on regulations.
Providing affordable mobile communications on the Navajo Nation is a challenge but Navajo people now have another wireless provider to choose from for services, one the Nation owns.
Neustar Inc. is fighting to retain its exclusive role in ensuring that customers in the U.S. are able to retain their telephone numbers when switching carriers.
The Federal Communications Commission seeks comments on its plans to have texting service available for emergency 911 calls.
Dish Network Corp dominated last month's U.S. auction of so-called H Block spectrum frequencies with winning bids in all 176 markets that the Federal Communications Commission offered up.
Government-funded broadband projects have led to higher speeds and lower prices for U.S. small businesses, despite opposition from some in Congress, according to an auditor's report.
Federal Communications Commission chairman Tom Wheeler's proposal to inhibit joint sales agreements between TV stations is already shaping up to be a fight that will split along party lines.
Sen. Ted Cruz , R-Texas, shared some great jokes from the Gridiron dinner on Saturday, but he also had some serious remarks for the Washington journalists who were gathered at their annual dinner.
The task force will consider ways to accelerate the adoption of health care technologies by leveraging broadband and other communications services.
There may be something to the claim that all people want to be free. But it is a demonstrable fact that freedom has been under attack, usually successfully, for thousands of years.
The German secret police, known as The Stasi, censored news organizations and kept political free speech out of the control of news editors and very much in control of the police.
There is a bill working its way through Congress that is of vital importance to journalists, including this editorial board, but more importantly to the public at large.
BlackBerry , the Canadian phone giant, hasn't seen a good time in the past few years as it saw its stocks drop from the record high of $140 a share in 2008 to its present-day penny valuation.
October 2006: Congress passes the WARN act, establishing the Wireless Emergency Alert system.
The federal government has focused more attention on speeding up the rollout of broadband to the millions of people who are unserved, most of them in rural America.