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The FCC said Monday (Oct. 15) its Washington headquarters would be closed for the day because of water damage. [Read More]
Tells Kentucky broadcasters it is time to loosen mandates... [Read More]
Looks at next-gen tech in Sioux Falls... [Read More]
The fight over renewing the satellite TV license for another half a decade has begun in earnest. [Read More]
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Still no word from judge on fate of misrepresentation allegations... [Read More]
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Sen. Susan Collins (R-Me.) said Friday (Oct. 5) that she will vote for the nomination of Judge Brett Kavanaugh, which means his odds of confirmation... [Read More]
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NBC's diverse Writers on the Verge program has named its new class, chosen from over 2,200 applicants. [Read More]
The Trump Administration signaled Friday that cybersecurity is crucial to an internet of things world made possible by the rollout of ubiquitous 5G wireless broadband,... [Read More]
The Senate has voted 51 to 49 to close debate on the nomination of Brett Kavanaugh to the Supreme Court, paving the way for a... [Read More]
Independent programmers that have long pushed Washington to take action to improve access to their programming and other programming not tied to big distributors or... [Read More]
The ranking member of the House Energy & Commerce Committee wants some answers from social media giants after reports of Russian-linked efforts to affect the... [Read More]
The National Hispanic Media Coalition has tapped a dozen new members of its Television Writers Program. [Read More]
Search engines are on notice that the government is about to lower the boom on somebody. [Read More]
According to women's advocacy group UltraViolet, two of whose members famously cornered wavering Republican vote Sen. Jeff Flake (R-Ariz.) in an elevator last week to... [Read More]
The White House says it has gotten the supplemental background check on Supreme Court nominee judge Brett Kavanaugh and spokesman Raj Shah signaled that investigation... [Read More]
Tells Hill it will look to examine company carefully now that conditions have sunsetted... [Read More]
Makan Delrahim, who heads up the Department of Justice's antitrust division, told a Senate panel Wednesday (Oct. 3) that Justice had been forced to sue... [Read More]
Federal Trade Commission Chairman Joe Simons told the Hill Wednesday (Oct. 3) that protecting consumers from the potential anticompetitive behavior from dominant online platforms was... [Read More]
The Trump Administration has gotten generally good reviews from various industry stakeholders for its reboot of NAFTA in the form of the new U.S.-Mexico-Canada Agreement... [Read More]
Some major ISP associations are filing suit against the state of California over its newly-signed-into-law tough new network neutrality rules, according to a source familiar... [Read More]
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