Agenda

What's on the agenda for policymakers.

House Democrats Make Rhetorical Push for Internet Privacy

Mounting security concerns surrounding the proliferation of wireless devices is renewing a long-running internet privacy debate.

FCC Will Help 'Phase Zero' LPTVs

The Federal Communications Commission will allow Low-power Televisions (LPTVs) and translators a way to stay on the air if T-Mobile asks them to exit their spectrum before the first special displacement window for seeking new channels opens, likel

President Trump Nominating Rosenworcel for Return FCC Engagement

In what appears to be an unprecedented move, former Democratic Federal Communications Commissioner Jessica Rosenworcel will also be future Democratic FCC commissioner if the Senate confirms her as expected.

Remarks Of FCC Chairman Ajit Pai At The M-Enabling Summit, Arlington, VA

As long as I’m Chairman, I can assure you that the Federal Communications Commission will continue to be an active and enthusiastic participant in the M-Enabling Summit.

FCC Announces The Membership And First Meeting Of The Communications Reliability, Security And Interoperability Council

This Public Notice serves as notice that, consistent with the Federal Advisory Committee Act, Federal Communications Commission Chairman Ajit Pai has appointed members to serve on the Communications Security, Reliability and Interoperability Counc

Remarks Of FCC Chairman Ajit Pai At The Wyoming Association Of Broadcasters Convention

I’ve made it a point to champion local broadcasting since I was appointed to the Federal Communications Commission more than five years ago. And I’ve doubled down on that commitment since becoming the Chairman of our great agency.

Remarks of Commissioner Mignon Clyburn SEARUC 2017 Annual Conference

We can all agree that what we could do with less is the pull and push between federal, state, and local policymakers.

DC and Maryland to sue President Trump, alleging breach of constitutional oath

Attorneys general for the District of Columbia and the state of Maryland say they will sue President Donald Trump on June 12, alleging that he has violated anti-corruption clauses in the Constitution by accepting millions in payments and benefits

Why Verizon wants to be a landlord for start-ups

At Verizon, massive buildings that used to be filled with bulky computers, copper cables and other gear are sitting vacant, as advances in fiber-optics and computers cut down on the need for equipment space.

FCC: MVPDs Must Comply With Second Screen Accessibility by July 10

Multichannel video programming distributors (pay-TV providers) have a July 10 deadline for making their TV Everywhere programming more accessible to the blind and visually impaired everywhere.