Federal Communications Commission

Time Warner Cable Failed to Comply with Network Outage Reporting Requirements

The Federal Communications Commission’s Enforcement Bureau has resolved its investigation into whether Time Warner Cable complied with the FCC’s network outage reporting requirements.

FAQs for Rural Broadband Experiments

Starting from general questions regarding how rural broadband experiments relate to Connect America Phase II to whether an entity that wins support for the rural broadband experiments is then unable to bid in the Phase II competitive bidding proce

FCC’s Wireline Competition Bureau Addresses the Payment of Site Commissions For Interstate Inmate Calling Services

In the 2013 Inmate Calling Report and Order and Further Notice of Proposed Rulemaking (FNPRM), the Federal Communications Commission took numerous steps to address high interstate inmate calling services (ICS) rates.

Matthew Berry's Remarks at the National Conference of State Legislatures’ 2014 Legislative Summit

The Federal Communications Commission recently sought comment on two petitions asking the Commission to preempt state laws regulating municipal broadband projects in Tennessee and North Carolina, two of twenty-one states that impose restrictions o

T-Mobile and CenturyLink Seek FCC Consent to the Assignment of Thirteen Lower 700 MHz A Block Licenses

T-Mobile USA and CenturyLink have filed an application seeking the assignment of thirteen Lower 700 MHz A Block licenses from CenturyLink to T-Mobile.

FCC Announces Application Process for Entities Interested In Participating In The Rural Broadband Experiments

The Federal Communications Commission’s Wireline Competition Bureau outlined the process that will be used to award up to $100 million in rural broadband experiment support to bring next-generation voice and broadband service to high-cost areas of

FCC Moves Forward With Special Access Data Collection

On August 15, the Office of Management and Budget approved a plan to collect data from providers and purchasers of special access service for the purpose of conducting a comprehensive evaluation of competition in the marketplace.

FCC Wireline Competition Bureau Extends Deadline for Filing Reply Comments in The Open Internet And Broadband Service Framework Proceedings

The Federal Communication Commission’s Wireline Competition Bureau extends the deadline for filing reply comments in response to the 2014 Open Internet Notice of Proposed Rulemaking and the Framework for Broadband Internet Access Service Refreshin

Rates for Interstate Inmate Calling Services

On September 26, 2013, the Federal Communications Commission released the Inmate Calling Report and Order and Further Notice of Proposed Rulemaking (FNPRM).

FCC Announces Technological Advisory Council Meeting On September 23, 2014

The Federal Communications Commission’s Technological Advisory Council, comprised of a diverse group of leading technology experts, provides technical expertise to the FCC to identify important areas of innovation and develop informed technology p