The American Cable Association (ACA), representing small cable operators, told the Federal Communications Commission that its proposed new network neutrality rules will not protect Internet openness unless they extend to content (edge) providers l
A new report from the co-chairs and all 10 members of the original 9/11 Commission urges Congress to pass cybersecurity legislation, saying it has proved resistant to needed reforms due to partisan politics that should have no place in securing th
House leadership has scheduled debate on the STELA Reauthorization (STELAR/ H.R. 4572) Act, for 2 pm on July 22. If nobody asks for a roll-call vote, the bill could pass soon after that 2 pm debate.
The National Association of Broadcasters does not oppose the House version of the bill reauthorizing the satellite compulsory license (formerly STELA, now STELAR), which is expected to come to the House floor for a vote.
Broadcasters are increasingly focused on enterprise reporting, which means local officials intent on malfeasance may have a tougher go of it.
The National Association for the Advancement of Colored People (NAACP)and Communications Workers of America want the Federal Communications Commission to use its existing Sec.
The House Commerce Committee Communications Subcommittee will hold a hearing July 24 on a trio of bills. No witnesses have been announced.
The Federal Communications Commission has sided with an independent cable operator in a dispute over regional sports network pricing.
The urgently scheduled Fox station owners meeting ran from early morning to around 2 pm local time in Dallas, included 68 owners and high level managers representing 168 Fox affiliates, and was very productive, said Jeff Rosser, Fox affiliates boa
The Consumer Federation of America told the Federal Communications Commission that its new network neutrality rules need to reflect the "reality" of the 21st century digital economy, which means using its authority to promote broadband deployment