Federal Communications Commission
The Federal Communications Commission has entered into a Consent Decree to resolve an investigation into the political file practices of OTA Broadcasting, licensee of Station KAXT-CD, San Francisco, CA.
This report examines the progress of E-rate modernization since the adoption of the two major E-rate Modernization Orders in the second half of 2014. The report focuses on reforms in three major policy areas:
The White Paper describes the risk reduction portfolio of the current Federal Communications Comission and suggests actions to affirmatively reduce cyberrisk in a manner that incents competition, protects consumers, and reduces significant nationa
This is the eighteenth report of the Federal Communications Commission to the United States Congress on the status of competition in the market for the delivery of video programming.
Commissioner Mignon Clyburn of the Federal Communications Commission issued the following statement in response to the Commission’s failure to address the needs ofsmall broadband providers:
The Federal Communications Commission’s Consumer and Government Affairs Bureau released a Public Notice on January 13, 2017 seeking comment on whether certain docketed proceedings listed in the attachment to the Public Notice should be terminated
The Federal Communications Commission released its Nineteenth Universal Service Monitoring Report on January 13, 2017, for data received through September 2016.
Prepared Remarks of FCC Chairman Tom Wheeler: "A Time to Look Forward: Protecting What Americans Now Enjoy"
We are at a fork in that road. One path leads forward. The other leads back to re-litigating solutions that are demonstrably working.
I want to congratulate my friend Congresswoman Anna Eshoo on her outstanding legacy as Ranking Member of the Communications and Technology Subcommittee.
The Federal Communications Commission’s Enforcement Bureau announced a settlement valued in excess of $100 million with Straight Path Communications to resolve an investigation of Straight Path’s failure to deploy wireless services as required und