FCC Franchise Vote ‘Treats Local Communities With Contempt’
Community broadcasting supporters say loss of funds could lead to PEG “extinction."
New FCC Rules Could Threaten Future of PEG Channels
Commission says local governments cannot impose excessive franchise fees.
FCC Proposes $2.8 Million Fine Against Manufacturer
Drone video transmitters marketed by HobbyKing allegedly can operate in unauthorized radio bands
FCC Wants Comments on Impact of Sharing Space on C Band Spectrum
Comment deadline set for May 31; some broadcasters expressing concern
FCC Chair Approves of Video Streaming That Is Exempt from Data Caps
Though net neutrality has been in effect for a few months now, there are still lingering questions. For example, whether mobile and broadband providers...
FCC Hears Controversial Proposal on the Future of the Cable Box
A new proposal put forward to the FCC this week focuses on the future of OTT devices and whether a more open platform that...
What the Net Neutrality Ruling Means for Video Providers
Digiday’s Eric Blattberg delves into what the FCC’s ruling on net neutrality–approving to treat the Internet as a public utility–signifies for video providers. He...