The Federal Communications Commission (FCC) provides an initial agenda and session participant information for the workshop on “Public Safety Imperatives for All-IP Networks” scheduled for April 17, 2014 and April 18, 2014 in Washington, DC.
FCC Announces That the Applications Proposing The Transfer Of Control Of The Licenses And Authorizations Held By Time Warner Cable And Its Subsidiaries To Comcast Corporation Have Been Filed
On April 8, 2014, Comcast and Time Warner Cable filed applications seeking Federal Communications Commission approval to transfer of control of the licenses and authorizations held by Time Warner Cable and its wholly-owned and controlled subsidiar
Public Safety And Homeland Security Bureau Provides Guidance To 700 MHz Narrowband State Licensees Regarding Interim Substantial Service Benchmark Showing Due On June 13, 2014
The Federal Communications Commission's Public Safety and Homeland Security Bureau provides guidance to licensees of state channels in the 700 MHz narrowband spectrum (769-775/799-805 MHz), regarding their upcoming interim substantial service ben
The Federal Communication Commission’s Wireline Competition Bureau announces the results of the urban rate survey for fixed voice services, which will be used to determine the 2014 rate floor for incumbent eligible telecommunications carriers (ETC
Federal Communications Commission Seeks Comment On Widelity Report And Catalog Of Potential Expenses And Estimated Costs
The Spectrum Act establishes a $1.75 billion TV Broadcaster Relocation Fund to be used for reimbursement of eligible relocation costs.
The Federal Communication Commission Wireline Competition Bureau authorizes $16,713,875 in additional Phase I second round incremental support in response to the modified elections of two carriers, AT&T and Windstream Communications.
The Federal Communications Commission’s Public Safety and Homeland Security Bureau announces a workshop on “Public Safety Imperatives for All-IP Networks.”
Processing Of Broadcast Television Applications Proposing Sharing Arrangements And Contingent Interests
In recent months, the Federal Communications Commission’s Media Bureau has reviewed an increasing number of proposed broadcast television transactions involving both agreements to share facilities, employees, and/or services of various types betwe
FCC Seeks Nominations For Tribal Government Representatives To Serve On The FCC-Native Nations Broadband Task Force
The Federal Communications Commission has long recognized that it shares a unique trust relationship with Tribal Nations.