The promotion of the vitality of radio starts with the Commission's push for AM's future
In the midst of a high-tech revolution, broadcast radio continues to thrive, says FCC Chairman Ajit Pai
CBS opts not to sell any full-power stations in auction, due to low values presented
While the $19.63B bidding total might not be eye-popping, a K Street think tank calls the spectrum auction a success
Bidding in the Assignment Phase of the Forward Auction, a.k.a. "Auction 1002," is set to start on Monday, March 6
A longtime engineer who holds a Juris Doctor from Georgetown is now Chief Engineer of the FCC's Media Bureau
Chairman Pai, Commissioners O’Rielly and Clyburn, have dates with House and Senate Commerce chiefs
Pai, O'Rielly, Clyburn will be appearing at a Senate Commerce Committee hearing on Wednesday, March 8 at 10 a.m.
"Substantive edits" of proposals and orders drafted by the Commission's various bureaus and offices are now nixed
A spectrum and technology pro gives a detailed assessment of the auction, and a tiny number of PEAs actually have excess demand
Enforcement Bureau consent decrees issued by the full Commission must now get vote of approval by the full Commission
FCC Chairman reacts to Clyburn recommendation at summit, adding it as a new process reform
Consolidation can bring ownership opportunities for minority broadcasters, says Nexstar head Perry Sook
The lone Democrat on the FCC wants a incubation program and minority tax certificate back. Congress may not be willing to do it.
Layton has plenty to say about "net neutrality." So do leaders at TechFreedom and Tech Knowledge