Facing the prospect of a lengthy review of its acquisition by AT&T, Time Warner CEO Jeff Bewkes said the transaction would spur consumer choice and competition in the digital advertising industry.
The Parents Television Council—which is based in Los Angeles—is calling on voters in California to oppose a ballot measure to legalize recreational marijuana use.
The National Association of Broadcasters says it is OK with the Federal Communications Commission's phased approach to transitioning TV stations to new channels after the incentive auction, calling it a reasonable approach to spreading out the wor
Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump, no fan of the media, tweeted over the weekend that he thought social media sites were suppressing the story about the new e-mails FBI Director James Comey had told Congress were being looked at in re
Sen Ed Markey (D-MA) says the Federal Communications Commission should get to review the proposed AT&T-Time Warner merger.
Federal Communications Commission lawyers agree a recent court decision could threaten the privacy partnership between the FCC and Federal Trade Commission necessitated by the reclassification of Internet service providers as Title II common carri
The Federal Communications Commission released "Section 257 Triennial Report to Congress Identifying and Eliminating Market Entry Barriers For Entrepreneurs and other Small Businesses." The FCC under Chairman Tom Wheeler says it has created "unpre
Federal Communications Commission Chairman Tom Wheeler isn't talking about the potential for the FCC to be reviewing the proposed AT&T/Time Warner merger. He was asked to weigh in after the FCC's public meeting Oct 27.
Federal Communications Commission Chairman Tom Wheeler says that the FCC's Open Internet order does give Internet service providers the ability to deal with the distributed denial-of-service (DDoS) attacks like the one that hit Twitter, Netflix an
The creation of a new media giant with the acquisition of Time Warner by AT&T could cause strategic challenges for Disney and its ESPN unit, according to a new analyst report.