The Radio Television Digital News Association (RTDNA) has joined with five dozen other journalism associations and outlets to ask President-elect Donald Trump to make commitments to transparency and not punishing reporters, commitments they say we
House Communications Subcommittee Chairman Marsha Blackburn (R-TN) has introduced a bill that would require the Federal Communications Commission to roll-back a decision requiring board members of noncommercial broadcast outlets to provide ownersh
President-elect Donald Trump met Jan 16 with Federal Communications Commission senior Republican commissioner Ajit Pai, according to transition and future White House spokesman Sean Spicer, who said it was the President-elect's last meeting of the
Although AT&T and Time Warner have signaled they expect to bypass the Federal Communications Commission review of their proposed $108.7 billion merger—a review that would be triggered by the exchange of FCC licenses like those used to transmit
Rep. Mike Doyle (D-PA) was hearing the applause around DC after he was named the new ranking member of the House Communications Subcommittee.
The incoming Trump Administration is said to have signed off on an approach to remaking the Federal Communications Commission offered by the FCC transition team.
The federal government has no antitrust issues with the proposed $1.5 billion merger of ISP Consolidated Communications Holdings and ISP holding company FairPoint.
NCTA: The Internet & Television Association has told the Office of Management and Budget not to approve the Federal Communications Commission's new 5G cybersecurity data collection requirements.
A pair of Democratic Reps who have pushed for greater transparency in political advertising disclosures were encouraged by the Federal Communications Commission's new clarification, issued this week in resolving a raft of complaints, but suggested
The Committee to Protect journalists is calling on Attorney General nominee Sen Jeff Sessions (R-AL) to commit to support guidelines that make it harder for the Justice Department to subpoena journalists' records.