That means as of December, cable operators will no longer have to deliver dual analog and digital feeds of must-carry TV station signals to satisfy the FCC requirement that they be viewable to their subscribers. Instead, the FCC says that the no-cost and low-cost converter boxes cable operators offer will satisfy the still-important obligation to make must-carry stations accessible to viewers…

That means as of December, cable operators will no longer have to deliver dual analog and digital feeds of must-carry TV station signals to satisfy the FCC requirement that they be viewable to their subscribers. Instead, the FCC says that the no-cost and low-cost converter boxes cable operators offer will satisfy the still-important obligation to make must-carry stations accessible to viewers…

The FCC Wants to Make Cord-Cutting As Painless As Possible | WIRED

The FCC Wants to Make Cord-Cutting As Painless As Possible

The FCC Wants to Make Cord-Cutting As Painless As Possible | WIRED

There's still some stuff you just can't find online, and federal regulators want to know why.

The FCC Wants to Make Cord-Cutting As Painless As Possible

There's still some stuff you just can't find online, and federal regulators want to know why.

From AT&T To Verizon: What The Web’s Biggest Players Told The FCC About Net Neutrality

From AT&T To Verizon: What The Web’s Biggest Players Told The FCC About Net Neutrality

The FCC Just Approved Broadband Subsidies for Low-Income Americans and That's Awesome

The FCC Just Approved Broadband Subsidies for Low-Income Americans and That's Awesome

The FCC Just Approved Broadband Subsidies for Low-Income Americans

FCC caps calls at 25 cents a minute (here's how states have been making money from the calls)

FCC caps calls at 25 cents a minute (here's how states have been making money from the calls)

Google and Netflix are considering an all-out PR blitz against the FCC’s net neutrality plan

Google and Netflix are considering an all-out PR blitz against the FCC’s net neutrality plan

More bad news for the Federal Communications Commission: It looks like the coalition that came together to kill the Stop Online Piracy Act (SOPA) might be getting back together to rally against its proposed new net neutrality rules.

While all the major online companies you'd expect to be in favour of net neutrality have indeed been fighting the good fight since the beginning, America's other big companies have (mostly) been sitting on the sidelines trying not to piss anyone off. However, behind the scenes, it turns out that a surprising group of corporate giants have secretly been petitioning the FCC.

Report: Corporate Giants Like Visa and Ford Support Net Neutrality

While all the major online companies you'd expect to be in favour of net neutrality have indeed been fighting the good fight since the beginning, America's other big companies have (mostly) been sitting on the sidelines trying not to piss anyone off. However, behind the scenes, it turns out that a surprising group of corporate giants have secretly been petitioning the FCC.

Another possible example of ‘#vote #hacking’—and what strange bedfellows #technology and #politics can make…

Net neutrality: 'Dead people' signing FCC consultation

Another possible example of ‘#vote #hacking’—and what strange bedfellows #technology and #politics can make…

ARTICLE: "This giant re-allocation of radio waves is being called the broadcast incentive auction by the FCC. In 2008, the FCC raised $19.1 billion in a similar auction, which created the groundwork for 4G LTE and led to AT&T and Verizon’s cellular dominance for the next several years. Just last year, the FCC raised a record-setting $45 billion from bidders..." March 28th, 2016 http://gizmodo.com/why-you-should-care-about-the-fcc-spectrum-auction-1767717579

Why You Should Care About The FCC Spectrum Auction

ARTICLE: "This giant re-allocation of radio waves is being called the broadcast incentive auction by the FCC. In 2008, the FCC raised $19.1 billion in a similar auction, which created the groundwork for 4G LTE and led to AT&T and Verizon’s cellular dominance for the next several years. Just last year, the FCC raised a record-setting $45 billion from bidders..." March 28th, 2016 http://gizmodo.com/why-you-should-care-about-the-fcc-spectrum-auction-1767717579

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