September, 2012

With the stratospheric rise of video being consumed through smartphones, the world's largest TV manufacturers are betting that people hooked on smartphone content will want to go home and see t
Don’t miss your opportunity to attend these three great events.
According to an article in a recent issue
As noted in Politico, Communications Daily and TR Daily, the Government Accountability Office (GAO) wants the Fed
A recent filing at the FCC indicates that the vast majority of Sprint’s recent purchases of backhaul for its wireless network are from competitive providers, rather than the large incumbent t
Regulators need to broaden their horizons when evaluating competition in broadband markets, panelists said at a USTelecom Breakfast Briefing today featuring policy experts Jonathan Sallet and Jeffr
The Federal Communications Commission should heed the recent call of the Government Accountability Office and adopt a comprehensive approach toward reforming its regulatory fee structure, USTelecom
We’ve come a long way since the LP record.
Broadband continues to play a vital role in unleashing health IT advances.  From mobile technologies that aid patients and inform physicians to new studies that demonstrate Internet-backed hea
Now that the summer travel season is officially over, it's official: this past summer saw a boom in the numbers of Americans tapping into broadband for trip-planning purposes.  A