broadband service providers

The Federal Communications Commission (FCC) is expected to make a decision in the first quarter of 2015 on the pending mergers of Comcast and Time Warner Cable, and AT&T and DIRECTV.
The United States Telecom Association (“USTelecom”) appreciates this opportunity to provide the Committee on Energy and Commerce (“the Committee”) with our views on updating
The letter from the National Association of Attorneys General raises issues regarding the legal, practical and technological challenges that may arise regarding the implementation of certain call-b
Background:  Today, President Obama announced plans to promote more public financing of government-owned broadband networks in municipalities, as part of an expanded federal role
Broadband Internet access providers (BIAs) have every reason to be concerned if they are reclassified as common carriers by the Federal Communications Commission (FCC) under Title II of the 1996 Te
USTelecom seeks to modernize rules and regulations to facilitate the transition to next-generation service and networks.The regulations at issue in the Petition pre-date  many major technology
As USTelecom discussed in a previous blog post, the nation’s broadband providers are investing in ultra,
Technology is transforming traditional business models and bringing unprecedented innovation to digital consumers.
The Federal Communications Commission (FCC) recently adopted new rules for the second phase of the Connect America Fund (CAF) progra
A new economic model examining the impact of shifting to Title II regulation finds that Internet service providers are likely to invest “signi