Anne Veigle

USTelecom urges Congress to adopt a pro-consumer framework in drafting video reform legislation as part of the #CommActUpdate.
Consumers will see higher costs on their phone bills if the Federal Communications Commission moves forward with a plan to regulate broadband Internet access under Title II of the Communications Ac
USTelecom recommended the Federal Communications Commission (FCC) deny Neustar’s petitions for another opportunity to bid to retain the Local Number Portability Administration (LNPA) contract
A new economic model examining the impact of shifting to Title II regulation finds that Internet service providers are likely to invest “signi
The investment community is carefully watching the Federal Communications Commission (FCC) as it nears a decision on net neutrality rules, according to Anna-Maria Kovacs, visiting scholar with the
USTelecom recently convened a panel of industry, legal and think tank experts to discuss approaches to the Federal Communications Commission’s proposed rules for governing broadband Internet
Congress should keep in mind the dramatic changes in the voice telephone marketplace since 1996, as it contemplates updating the Communications Act, USTelecom said in comments filed with the House
The Federal Communications Commission should ignore attempts to distort historical record, evidence and the law by those who favor antiquated regulation for broadband, USTelecom said in the open In
AT&T and Verizon were No.
The success of public broadband is a mixed record, with numerous examples of failures — from St. Cloud, Fla.