Anne Veigle

Nearly three-fourths of applicants expressing interest in participating in an experimental rural broadband program at the Federal Communications Commission (FCC) sought more money than was availabl
From connecting with loved ones to performing jobs and accessing information, the Internet has tangible benefits for seniors just as it does for younger generations of Americans.
Schools and libraries that lack access to high-speed broadband deployment should be identified, USTelecom said in
The Federal Communications Commission should institute an annual cap of $2 on local rate floor increases as it proceeds with plans to phase-in changes to the local rate floor benchmark, USTelecom a
Greater competition in the video marketplace has increased broadcasters’ ability to abuse their bargaining power, USTelecom said in comments provided yesterday to the Senate Commerce Committe
Federal government and industry are committed to reviewing and implementing the Obama administration’s recently released national cybersecurity framework, officials said at a USTelecom panel
Verizon and AT&T were among major corporations to announce financial commitments as part of President Obama’s initiative to improve education and connectivity in the nation’s school
An updated communications legal framework should reflect the converged and competitive communications market in which the industry operates today, USTelecom said in comments provided to the House E
LAS VEGAS -- Advances in the voice services market are moving much faster than the regulatory structure for telephony, and that disconnect must be addressed if consumers are to reap the full benefi
Since the 1996 Telecom Act, the Federal Communications Commission has done a good job of promoting competition but has found it more difficult to address outdated regulations, USTelecom President W