Despite calls from politicos and industry critics for the Federal Communications Commission to intervene in the dispute between CBS and Time Warner Cable, the agency's hands are tied -- for now. On…
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If President Obama's nominee to chair the FCC, Tom Wheeler, is confirmed, there's a good chance it will only be after he answers a few questions from lawmakers on an issue that's proved vexing to his…
President Obama on Wednesday will announce that he is nominating Tom Wheeler, former head of the cable and telecom industry trade associations, as the next chairman of the FCC, a White House official…
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Exiting FCC chairman Julius Genachowski steers clear of Aereo dispute in Q&A session at NAB. He also defends FCC's role in auctioning broadcast spectrum.
LAS VEGAS — When Julius Genachowski makes his final appearance as FCC chairman before the National Assn. of Broadcasters convention on Wednesday, more than likely he'll get the same type of reaction…
The speculation over whom President Obama will tap to succeed FCC chairman Julius Genachowski has gone into overdrive since the long-anticipated announcement last month of his departure.
If there was any doubt about the issue that has been the top priority of FCC chairman Julius Genachowski during his tenure atop the regulatory org.
The FCC unanimously voted Friday to sunset the 20-year-old "program access" rules, which compelled cable operators that own channels to offer them to competing distributors.
The FCC has voted to proceed with a public inquiry on how it should handle the regulation of broadband service providers.
FCC chairman Julius Genachowski has outlined a plan that would solidify the commission's ability to regulate broadband providers in the wake of an appellate court decision that cast doubt on the…