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It's Official: FCC Proposes OTT Reclassification

It is now official, except for the commissioner's statements. The FCC has voted unanimously—three Democratic "yes" votes, two Republican...

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Verizon: Interconnection is Not Net Neutrality Issue

Verizon told the FCC in a filing Wednesday (Dec. 17) that it needs to keep the issue of interconnection and traffic exchange among networks separate...

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FCC’s AWS-3 Auction to Take Holiday Break

If necessary, the FCC's AWS-3 auction will be taking a holiday next week. The commission's Wireless Bureau announced Wednesday (Dec. 17) that...

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Senate confirms Republican FCC commissioner

The Senate unanimously approved Republican Michael O'Rielly to a five-year term on the Federal Communications Commission...

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Sunlight: FCC Net Neutrality Comment Count Doesn't Add Up

The Sunlight Foundation has analyzed both batches of network neutrality comments released by the FCC, and says it can't reconcile...

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Opposition to net neutrality dominates latest FCC comments

Opposition to net neutrality dominated the second round of the Federal Communications Commission's comment period...

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FCC Seeks More Input on Closed Captioning

WASHINGTON—Closed-captioning rules are still being sorted. The Federal Communications Commission has issued a Second Further Notice of...

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AWS-3 Auction Edges Toward $44 Billion

At day's end on Monday (Dec. 15), the FCC's AWS-3 spectrum auction had drawn a total of $43,891,553,200 in provisional bids since its launch...

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NAB Asks FCC to Deny White Spaces Waiver Request

In reply comments filed with the FCC last week, the National Association of Broadcasters asked the commission to deny a waiver to a request...

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FCC Won't Issue Public Notice On Net Neutrality Options

The FCC will not put out a formal public notice (PN) seeking additional comment on any of the proposed hybrid variations on new Open Internet...

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