Robocalls, Broadband Dominate FCC Oversight Hearing


WASHINGTON, D.C. — If broadcast media C-Suite executives thought the 2018 Quadrennial Review of FCC Ownership Rules would take center stage at the agency’s first House oversight hearing of the 116th Congress, they couldn’t have been more wrong.

FCC Chairman Ajit Pai, along with Republican Commissioner Mike O’Rielly, on Monday focused their opening statements to the Energy and Commerce Committee Communications and Technology Subcommittee on broadband access, spectrum allocation for 5G technology, and robocalls.

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