The fight over an unfiltered vs. pay for performance Internet delivery continues, this time with a legal suit.
The FCC has had a hodge-podge of AM tower protection rules that did not apply to all FCC-regulated services. Now there's an effort to correct that.
The first webinar will be held Aug. 20, 2013, from 1 - 2:30 p.m. EDT.
The Children Online Privacy Protection Act has been in effect since 2000, but recent FTC rule changes apply to online data collection methods.
The window will be open from Oct. 15, 2013, until Oct. 29, 2013.
Lee Petro explains the many aspects of the FCC's two-month filing window for applicants with pending FM translators.
She takes over in the interim as the Senate reviews the appointment of Tom Wheeler.
Couldn't attend the 2013 NAB Show? Here are a few highlights.
Wheeler is currently managing director at Core Capital Partners, a venture capital firm based in Washington, DC.
The FCC is moving swiftly to clear out and grant the FM translators that will not preclude future low-power FM (LPFM) stations.
Julius Genachowski was nominated by President Obama and confirmed by the Senate in 2009 for the agency chairmanship.
The Commission currently has three different approval procedures for new and modified equipment, depending on the potential for harm. Rule changes could improve the efficiency of the approval process.
Following a presidential election, other changes in Washington are not uncommon. Lee Petro looks at some of the possible events.
Sounds like an odd mix of topics, but FCC Update covers a lot of ground this month.
Appointed in 2009, Mignon Clyburn completed the remaining term of Jonathan Adelstein.
The awards encourage technological innovation in communication-related areas and to recognize engineers, researchers and other technologists who help the disabled obtain jobs and succeed in their communities.
According to the FCC, processing approximately 6,000 FM translator applications and setting the rules of the road for LPFM are the last steps necessary before opening a window for community groups to seek new low power FM licenses starting in October 2013.
Since the FCC's inquiry on wireless mics on TV channels 2 through 51, there have been new developments that will likely impact the use of wireless mics and other low-power devices in vacant spaces on TV channels, and the FCC has now invited a new round of public comment to refresh the record.
The FCC is tweaking its rules relating to community of license changes for radio stations. Part of the effort is to ensure that rural areas retain local radio service.