Federal Communications Commission
The April Open Meeting of the Federal Communications Commission has been rescheduled from Thursday, April 24, 2014 to Wednesday, April 23, 2014.
No one really disputes that the Communications Act no longer accurately reflects current realities.
I want to emphasize the importance of establishing a reinvigorated Tribal consultation process to address three primary goals:
There comes a time in every woman’s life, when she is faced with a series of choices and challenges.
The current multi-stakeholder model of Internet governance has been a tremendous success. Any proposal to change that model therefore demands rigorous scrutiny, including close congressional oversight.
Remarks of Tom Wheeler Chairman, Federal Communications Commission Council of Chief State School Officers Legislative Conference
Point One: E-Rate modernization is a BIG deal. Everyone agrees education technology can better prepare young Americans to succeed in the global, digital economy. That’s why we need to get America’s biggest education technology program right.
The Federal Communication Commission Wireline Competition Bureau authorizes $16,713,875 in additional Phase I second round incremental support in response to the modified elections of two carriers, AT&T and Windstream Communications.
The Federal Communications Commission’s Public Safety and Homeland Security Bureau announces a workshop on “Public Safety Imperatives for All-IP Networks.”
Processing Of Broadcast Television Applications Proposing Sharing Arrangements And Contingent Interests
In recent months, the Federal Communications Commission’s Media Bureau has reviewed an increasing number of proposed broadcast television transactions involving both agreements to share facilities, employees, and/or services of various types betwe
Federal Communications Commission Chairman Tom Wheeler announced that the following items will be on the tentative agenda for the next open meeting scheduled for Monday, March 31, 2014: