Under an order adopted unanimously by the Federal Communications Commission, all cable companies with hybrid, digital-analog systems must continue carrying stations' analog signals until Dec.
A tiny percentage of AT&T shareholders has succeeded in placing on next year’s annual shareholder’s ballot a corporate policy position on wireless network neutrality.
Good Jobs First, a national resource center on economic development accountability, has called on officials in Kansas, Oregon, and Texas to explore all possibilities for recapturing taxpayer subsid
There are many ways to describe those who fear encroaching technology: Luddites, technophobes and, incorrectly, President Rutherford B. Hayes.
Right now we are in the midst of a revolution in communications. Dynamic changes and improvements in technology have revolutionized the way we live and work.
Reading through The American Antitrust Institute's white paper on Verizon-Cable, it is striking how little analysis is relevant to antitrust/market-competition and how it is basically a thinly veil
Congratulated the members of Congress who have ensured the FCC cannot squat on valuable spectrum or dole it out only to those entities it determines is most deserving.
remarked on article about T-Mobile asking FCC to delay approval of Verizon spectrum purchase.
Said FCC should get out of the way and let Verizon purchase spectrum.
Whenever the FCC dithers over no-brainers like this, money is lost and investments curtailed.