A lot of reminiscing, and a lot of questions as to how the Trump Administration will leave the FCC as independent of an agency as it can be
Gray expects to receive the proceeds from the reverse auction either in Q2 or Q3 2017
The Wireless Telecommunications Bureau is waiving the Reverse Auction's quiet-period rules
In scathing comments, Clyburn called Feb. 3 "take out the trash day"
On 2/8, the bidding schedule in Stage 4 of the Forward Auction rises to six rounds per day
Two major moves largely scratch what theMedia Bureau had etched in not-so-permanent marker under a Democratic Chairman
Media Action Center (MAC) and its founder call Entercom's KDND license surrender "a huge public interest victory"
Implement a structure that moves away from antiquated silos, FCC landing team member Mark Jamison opines
Commission to vote on first steps for broadcasters on new digital TV standard
Should it be successful, program will "give the public much more insight into the Commission’s activities," Chairman Pai says
Expanding siting for a FM translator could give AM revitalization efforts a further shot in the arm
Her primary practice areas include media, telecommunications, IP, internet law, technical innovation, litigation and gov't relations
The Incentive Auction "has handcuffed" the broadcast TV industry in many respects for more than a year, this D.C. attorney says
What is the immediate impact? First of all, the change won't go into effect immediately, Pillsbury partner Scott Flick notes
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