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As analysis of March Madness viewing and other industry trends illustrate, the TV everywhere trend is gaining in popularity.
Communications sector members no longer just have to worry about protecting their system infrastructures from storms, hurricanes and other natural disasters that can impede reliability.
The notion that the Federal Communications Commission (FCC) needs to “shoehorn the Internet into Title II seems to us the really notable aspect of this order,“ said USTelecom’s Se
Senate Homeland Security Committee Chairman Ron Johnson (R-WI) told a USTelecom Cybersecuri
CTIA – The Wireless Association®, National Cable & Telecommunications Association, United States Telecom Association, and COMPTEL (collectively, the “Associations”) hereby
The Policy Statement adopts a new treble damages formula for calculating forfeitures for telecommunications service providers’ failure: (1) to timely pay their assessments for the federal Uni
USTelecom outlined a series of steps the Federal Communications Commission (FCC) could take to remove barriers to investment and facilitate broadband deployment, in a filing responding to an FCC in
In announcing the move to utility-style regulation for broadband providers, Federal Communication