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Wheeler To Vet Status of  Expanding Broadband Speed Testing To Mobile

November 8, 2013

The FCC released the sunshine notice for the first FCC meeting under the gavel of new chair Tom Wheeler (Nov. 14), and it differs somewhat from the tentative agenda announced two weeks go, although it still leads off with a vote on acting chair Mignon Clyburn's proposed loosening of foreign ownership limits on broadcast stations.

 

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