Pennsylvania PUC Seeking Declaratory Ruling on ISP-Bound Traffic

The FCC’s Wireline Competition Bureau (Bureau) is seeking comment on a “petition for declaratory order” filed by the Pennsylvania Public Utility Commission (PA PUC)...

FCC Updates Spectrum Holdings Policies: Retains Case-by-Case Review; Adds and...

The Federal Communications Commission has revised its spectrum holdings policies to add and subtract certain spectrum bands from the suitable and available spectrum that...

FCC Adopts Incentive Auction Rules

The Federal Communications Commission has adopted rules governing the 600 MHz Incentive Auction.  The Incentive Auction Report & Order, which has not yet been...

FCC Proposes Net Neutrality 2.0 Amid Firestorm of Debate

In a closely-watched meeting that drew protesters, the FCC voted 3-2 in favor of proposing a newly revised set of rules in its Open...

License Eligibility Expanded for Wireless Microphones

The FCC has expanded licensing eligibility for certain classes of wireless microphone users, thereby allowing such users to receive interference protection from unlicensed white spaces...

FCC to Cosponsor Workshop Regarding the Future of Broadband Regulation

The FCC, with Pennsylvania State University's Institute for Information Policy (IPP), will hold a by-invitation workshop on the Future of Broadband Regulation at Commission headquarters...

WTB Grants Coleman County Broadcasting, Inc. Waiver of EBS/BRS Rules

The Federal Communications Commission's Wireless Telecommunications Bureau has granted Coleman County Broadcasting, Inc.'s (CCB) request to opt out of the transition to the Commission's...

Net Neutrality, Wireless Mics, Incentive Auction, and Wireless Mobile Holdings Set...

The FCC has released the final agenda for its next open meeting on Thursday, May 15, 2014.  It contains the following four items: Net Neutrality:...

First Wave of E-Rate Commitments for 2014 Totals $607 Million

The FCC and the Universal Service Administrative Company (USAC) have announced that USAC has committed a total of $607 million in universal service support...

Congressional Letters Urge USF Broadband Support for Rate of Return Carriers

Senate Commerce Committee Ranking Member John Thune (R-SD) and Senator Amy Klobuchar (D-MN), along with 40 of their colleagues have sent a letter to...