January 22, 2013
Howard Parnell, chief of the FCC’s Web and Print Publishing Division, says in a blog post, that all content that used to be on the old front page — including links to resources — are on the FCC.gov home page. Personal bookmarks to items once featured on the old page will continue to work, according to Parnell.
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