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Brise Legacy a Lesson in Learning and Leadership

After serving two years as Chairman of Florida's Public Service Commission, Ronald Brise, is "grateful for the opportunity to have led such a worthy...

U.S. the Leader on Broadband

By David L. Cohen This week, the U.S. Conference of Mayors convenes its "Innovation Summit" here in Philadelphia, including a focus on broadband, the Internet,...

The Important Role a Woman Can Play in Leading the FCC

To date, a woman has never chaired the Commission, but the impact of women in media - both in terms of what happens in policy space as well as in determining the images that are projected across the media is palpable.

It’s Time for a Woman to Head the FCC

Throughout the FTC’s 99 years and the FCC’s 79 years, every president has chosen only men to chair these powerful agencies. We can be sure that in all those years, no one has mused that the choice of a man to head one agency could disqualify all men from heading the other agency.

FCC’s Minority Members Leading Emerging Schools of Thought On Spectrum Management

One day before the election and possibly a new chairman of the Federal Communications Commission, the issue of how best the FCC provides access...

FCC Chairman, Experts Discuss Broadband and Economy at Joint Center

Although it has been in its new office location for nearly three weeks, The Joint Center for Political and Economic Studies continued with old...

Julius Genachowski Raises Concerns About Data Caps

GigaCom reported last week that Federal Communications Commission Chairman Julius Genachowski appears to be concerned about the use of data caps by wireless service...

Obama Administration Wants to Make Broadband Deployment Less Costly

Access to federal property and rights-of-way may prove essential.

Commissioner Mignon Clyburn Nominated For Second Term

Clyburn, has been a commissioner since July 2009.

Genachowski’s New Public-Private Initiative

The FCC pushes forward to meet 2020 goals