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FCC takes steps to lower the volume of TV advertisements

The FCC rule is its latest action under the Commercial Advertisement Loudness Mitigation Act, or the CALM Act.

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FCC Considers Expanding Broadcast Political File Rules to Cable, Satellite Companies

The commission said it will seek comment on a petition filed by transparency groups to require multichannel video programming....

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Republicans say FCC 'marred by bad process'

Republicans at the Federal Communications Commission (FCC) and on Capitol Hill are calling on the agency to be more transparent and allow...

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FCC Opens Short NCE FM Filing Window

The Media Bureau is opening a short filing window for applications for select new NCE FM station construction permits...

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Regulators consider redefining broadband

WASHINGTON — The Federal Communications Commission has proposed changing the definition of high-speed Internet to require download speeds of...

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FCC Votes To Revamp Tower Rules

The FCC Friday took another step toward easing the country into a broadband-driven future, in this case streamlining regulations on...

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FCC's Wheeler: Harmful Prioritization is DOA

FCC chairman Tom Wheeler says that if paid prioritization hurts consumers, competition, the virtuous cycle of innovation and investment, or degrades...

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FCC's O'Rielly: Let My People Know!

FCC Commissioner Michael O'Rielly wants the FCC to change its rules and start publishing on its website the actual text...

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FCC Opens Docket On Extending Political File Mandate

The FCC has opened a docket (14-127) and is seeking comment on a petition by the Campaign Legal Center, Common Cause and...

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FCC Launches Review of AT&T/DirecTV

The FCC has started the clock on its vetting of the proposed AT&T/DirecTV merger. The commission has been collecting data from the companies...

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