Some telecommunication providers are asking the Trump Administration to pivot from Federal Communications Commission Chairman Tom Wheeler's proposal on re-regulating incumbent and competitive business data service (BDS) providers.
There are now a pair of holds on a Senate vote on the nomination of Jessica Rosenworcel, and they are from members of her own party. Any senator can block a nomination by issuing such a hold.
Industry players were reacting to Federal Communications Commission Chairman Tom Wheeler's decision to pull a vote on the business data services (BDS) revamp proposal opposed by cable Internet service providers and others, including one who said i
The Federal Communications Commission has told the US Court of Appeals to reject a court challenge to its decision not to protect low-power TV (LPTV) stations from being displaced in the post-broadcast incentive auction repack of TV stations.
During all the sturm und drang over Donald Trump's stunning presidential upset and calls from Republicans for the Federal Communications Commission Chairman to ramp down his agenda, one thing they were not looking to preempt or delay was the broad
Comcast, which agreed to launch a series of independent and minority-owned networks to get its acquisition of NBCUniversal approved, said it will be distributing Hispanic-oriented Primo TV and Kids Central when they go on the air in January.
Commissioner Jessica Rosenworcel of the Federal Communications Commission, who will have to leave the commission at the beginning of January if the Senate does not vote to reconfirm her, has gotten the endorsement of the Parents Television Council
The Federal Communications Commission has fired a warning shot at AT&T's free data service for mobile customers, saying the combination of DirecTV Now and AT&T Mobility sponsored data plans "appears to present significant anti-competitive
Prometheus Radio Project has challenged parts of the Federal Communications Commission's Aug 25 quadrennial ownership review, continuing a legal battle that has been going on for well over a decade. In a filing with the U.S.
The Schools, Health and Libraries Broadband (SHLB) Coalition has launched a campaign trying to get the Federal Communications Commission to reverse course on its new approach to business data services (BDS), saying with that approach "our kids wil