GOP appointee wins one round, but the Democrats are planning their countermove
Is the regulator abandoning its plan to investigate news organizations?
‘[I]f passengers are going to be forced to listen to the gossip in the aisle seat, it’s going to make for a very long flight’
Airwaves regulator will probe content, point of view and perceived bias in print, online and broadcast media
‘We are here to do big things’
‘Congress did not ask the FCC to subsidize school administrators’ anytime minutes’
GOP senator goes missing from ‘State of Video’ hearing before others cast doubt on proposal
It’s not up to the FCC to determine the appropriateness of the Washington Redskins’ name.
Bush appointee Robert McDowell’s pending resignation leaves 1 Republican on 4-person commission
‘Consumers … should not face financial burdens when trying to change providers’
Congressman still has ‘legitimate concerns’ about foreign-owned news channel
Competitors and others charge special treatment because of Obama relationship
Comms services for affected areas being restored despite need for fuel to power cell towers’ back up generators
Backers viewed proposal as a vehicle to ensure broadband coverage in underserved areas
‘Consumers will see substantial net benefits from expanded coverage enabled by additional spectrum’
Commission rejects numerous Freedom of Information Act requests from conservatives regarding net neutrality
The FCC’s public interest test undermines Congress’ goals of promoting communications competition and efficient secondary wireless markets.
The FCC was first mandated by Congress in 2002 to make the political file of broadcasters available for public inspection, which made the information available to the public in file cabinets.