No matter who you voted for or what party you belong to, I think we can agree on one thing - access to high-speed broadband is one of the most important issues in the US today.
In America we want institutions that make our democracy strong—that seems like a no brainer.
[Speech] On of the two historic accomplishments of the current Federal Communications Commission is that it is the first FCC to interpret its statutory mandate to say it doesn’t have much legal authority or policy rights to regulate broadcasters,
I rise today to talk about the truth, and its relationship to democracy.
Much has been said and written over the course of the last week about the plan to restore Internet freedom. But much of the discussion has brought more heat than light.
Having accurate broadband deployment data is important to the Federal Communications Commission’s work for a lot of reasons.
At the Federal Communications Commission, we’re working to be good partners for broadband builders like you [Wireless internet service providers].
I'd like to give a brief high-level overview of the Federal Communications Commission's priorities and activities since I became Chairman in January 2017.
I moved quickly to re-charter the Federal Communications Commission’s Advisory Committee on Diversity and Digital Empowerment, which had gone dormant.
Allow me to make a few brief points about why Women in Cable Telecommunications (WICT) is an important organization whose longevity should be celebrated. First, WICT opens doors. Second, WICT develops talent. Third, WICT creates role models.