Broadcasting&Cable

Charter to Hill: Opt For Opt-In For All

Charter is ramping up its call for online privacy legislation that applies opt-in requirements on the sharing of personal info, no matter who is doing the sharing.

Senators Want to Freeze FCC Media Decisions

Twenty-two US senators wrote Federal Communications Commission Chairman Ajit Pai asking the FCC to stop making impacting the broadcast industry until it has taken a "holistic look" at the state of broadcasting and the media. They said they had not

Trump Administration Teeing Up Spectrum Policy 'Strategy'

At a meeting of the Commerce Spectrum Management Advisory Committee, David Redl, head of the National Telecommunications and Information Administration said that the Administration was working on "a spectrum strategy" that should be unveiled "soon

Senate Commerce Committee OKs FTC Nominee Rebecca Slaughter

The Senate Commerce Committee has unanimously approved the nomination of Rebecca Slaughter to the Federal Trade Commission, and Committee Chairman John Thune (R-SD) said he hoped the full Senate could approve the new full FTC slate as early as the

President Trump Dumps on White House Correspondent Association Dinner

President Donald Trump is using his planned absence from the White House Correspondents Association dinner Saturday, April 28, to try and raise money for his next election.

INCOMPAS: FCC Ignored Key Info in Net Neutrality Decision

INCOMPAS, whose members including streaming services, edge providers, and competitive carriers, has officially filed suit against the Restoring Internet Freedom order.

ACA on Double TV Station Reach Discount: It's Doubly Wrong

The American Cable Association, which represents small and midsized cable operators, has a response to broadcasters' proposals to double their audience reach: No way.