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Stuck in the Slow Lane without FiOS

CWA has produced Stuck in the Slow Lane without FiOS for broadcast on Long Island, NY, asking that Verizon bring FiOS to the area. Read More »

Windstream adding video to its fiber network

Little Rock-based Windstream is launching Kinetic, a fiber-carried TV option in the Lincoln, Nebraska area. Read More »

FCC members support open Internet rules for mobile

Recently FCC Commissioner Mignon Clyburn asked, “What is the impact on a consumer whose mobile broadband may be her only access to broadband? Read More »

Small cable companies dropping TV in favor of Internet

A growing number of cable providers have found that business is as good or better if they supply simply broadband, and not TV. Read More »

Wheeler and Clyburn call for reasonable inmate calling charges

FCC Chair Wheeler and Commissioner Clyburn issued a joint statement calling for further reform of inmate calling costs and practices. Read More »

Rewarding wireless spectrum efficiency

FCC Commissioner Jessica Rosenworcel teamed up with cell phone pioneer Marty Cooper in the San Jose Mercury News to call for wireless innovation – one with a big reward. Read More »

New global stats show U.S. still behind in broadband

A new UN report shows the U.S. ranks 19th worldwide in percentage of individuals using the Internet. Read More »

Mapping U.S. school connectivity

Last week, the FCC published a compilation of the scope and effectiveness of current broadband connectivity called, State School Connectivity Profiles. Read More »

Dems want pay TV and radio to disclose buyers of political ads

Three congressional Democrats asked FCC Chair Tom Wheeler to extend to cable and satellite systems the requirement that their political files be posted on the FCC’s online database. Read More »

AT&T proposes new form of net neutrality to FCC

A Stanford professor and AT&T have proposed “letting Internet users individually control which Web sites were delivered at a faster or slower speed by their ISP," which wouldn't violate net neutrality. Read More »

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