Michael P. O’Rielly, a Republican Capitol Hill staffer nominated to fill a vacancy on the FCC, told the Senate Commerce Committee on Wednesday that agency regulations “need to be flexible” and to…
The Senate Commerce Committee on Tuesday approved the nomination of Tom Wheeler as the next chairman of the FCC, although questions remain as to how quickly his selection will gain a floor vote. Sen…
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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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.
FCC Commissioner Robert McDowell, a frequent advocate for free markets and limited regulation by the agency, on Wednesday said that he would step down in a few weeks. At the FCC’s open commission…
The AFTRA-Producers Retirement Plan gained 5.9% to $1.86 billion in fair market value of its assets last year and continues to operate with more than 80% funding of its liabilities. The plan, which…
California-based Trinity Broadcasting Network, a U.S. Christian TV group, is bringing the word of God to Madrid, and showing the color of its money.
The flood of ads from outside groups last year often identified funders only by generic names like Americans for Prosperity and American Crossroads. Sen. Bill Nelson suggests that existing law could…
FCC commissioners are once again weighing a proposal to relax media ownership rules, a process that already has drawn some suspicion from public interest groups that the changes will go too far and…