KCETLink, which was owner of Los Angeles’ flagship PBS affiliate until it went independent in 2011, said that it has reached an agreement with public educational station KLCS-TV to share a single…
The FCC’s webpage went dark on Tuesday, film permitting by the National Park Service was on hold and hearings on Capitol Hill were either postponed or cancelled on the first day of the government…
The road for Aereo will come to an end, at least with respect to getting its hands on valuable TV programming without paying for it.
Tom Wheeler, President Obama’s nominee to be the next chairman of the FCC, faced pointed questions on regulatory overreach and TV indecency from Republicans at a Senate confirmation hearing on…
New book featuring archival items reveals nuanced sides of the Duke
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 – Verizon chairman-CEO Lowell McAdam said Tuesday that in answer to cord-cutting and consumer pressure the TV industry should be open to the idea of a-la-carte cable subscriptions. Speaking…
The sales bounty is coming as the government embarks on an ambitious but untested plan to entice flailing stations to put their spectrum up for auction.
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…
Pre-Grammy parties kicked off in a big way Friday night at the L.A. Convention Center with a guitar auction benefitting Grammy’s philanthropic arm, MusiCares. Bruce Springsteen, who was the honored…