A local prosecutor’s office has filed a formal complaint with the FCC over WBFF-TV’s news coverage.
The three biggest operators of wireless phone services in the United States spent the most money and walked away with the biggest amount of C-Band licenses at the end of a recent Federal Communications Commission spectrum auction, the federal agency announced on Wednesday.
The Department of Justice has withdrawn its federal legal challenge to California’s network neutrality framework.
The FCC threw its support behind allowing TV broadcasters to use its next-generation standard for datacasting services.
The Federal Communications Commission cited a California company last month for marketing and selling six radios that ran afoul of federal regulations.
The federal agency said too many people thought in-flight mobile phone calls was a bad idea.
The settlement was reached with regulators after a probe involving subsidies paid to Sprint through the federal Lifeline program.
Scripps has signaled its interest to keep Sacramento TV station KSPX once its blockbuster merger with Ion is complete.
A Mississippi commissioner and two other officials say evidence shows AT&T didn’t deploy a rural broadband network after taking millions of dollars to do so.
The rule was intended to foster competition and innovation in the consumer cable box space, but the FCC admits that never happened.