Federal Communications Commission
The Federal Communications Commission Consumer Advisory Committee commends the Federal Communication Commission for its formal action on TV caption quality.
FCC Increases Availability of Spectrum for High-Speed, High-Capacity Wi-Fi And Other Unlicensed Uses In The 5 GHz Band
The Federal Communications Commission provided for accelerated growth and expansion of new Wi-Fi technology that can offer faster speeds of one gigabit per second or more, increase overall capacity, and reduce congestion at Wi-Fi hot spots.
The Federal Communications Commission took steps to close a loophole in its TV ownership rules, making sure that a party’s interests in a market are properly counted.
The Federal Communications Commission adopted a Report and Order that strengthens its rules governing retransmission consent negotiations.
The Commission adopted a Report and Order that advances ongoing efforts to make more spectrum available for flexible use wireless services, including mobile broadband.
FCC Accepting Nominations for Chairman’s Awards for Advancement in Accessibility; Deadline Is March 31
One of the most cherished missions of the Federal Communications Commission is helping to bridge the accessibility gap in communications technologies.
[Commentary] Making history is exciting, but it’s not easy.
About a year ago I came to your community and said I have an idea. I said we need to reboot and reinvigorate E-Rate. Here’s something I’ve learned.
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
The Federal Communications Commission’s unanimous, bipartisan reforms of universal service in November 2011 included changes to make the system fairer for all consumers.