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CWA Asks FCC To Protect Jobs in T-Mobile-MetroPCS Merger Review

CWA urges federal regulatory agency to protect both U.S. jobs and service quality by imposing conditions on proposed deal. Read More »

Sandy revealed shortcomings of VoIP and wireless

Wireless and VoIP outages in the wake of Superstorm Sandy showed that many carriers have inadequate backup. Read More »

Overcharging the most vulnerable

The FCC is at last beginning to tackle the unconscionably high telephone rates imposed on the nation's prisoners. Read More »

Post racial future not extending to media ownership

FCC reveals no progress in minority media ownership, even as the commission prepares to relax rules. Minority groups, and CWA, object. Read More »

CWA stands with video interpreters

The costs of fraud, waste and abuse in the FCC-funded video relay service for the deaf are being passed on to the workers. CWA is fighting back. Read More »

Shutting Down The Phone System Gets Real

AT&T's plan to replace rural copper lines with wireless is the most important telecom development since the Telecommunications Act of 1996. Read More »

FCC’s Rosenworcel: Buy spectrum from federal agencies

FCC commissioner Jessica Rosenworcel recommended that federal agencies auction off excess spectrum -- and use the proceeds. Read More »

Cross-ownership ban in the crossfire

The FCC may lift the ban on media cross-ownership, but CWA, Speed Matters and a major civil rights coalition oppose ending the ban. Read More »

AT&T to Invest $14 billion in Expansion and Upgrades

AT&T announced it's prepared to invest $14 billion in wireline and wireless expansion, drawing praise from FCC chair Genachowski. Read More »

Sandy hit all phone carriers - but how hard?

The FCC estimated that Sandy downed 25 percent of telecommunications, but carriers aren't required to provide figures. Read More »

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