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Can You Hear Me Now: Cell Phone Video Is Powerful Tool...

Sandra Bland had just relocated to Texas from Chicago to start a new job. She was stopped by police for her apparent failure to...

Honorable Assumes Post as Newest FERC Commissioner

                    On January 5, 2015, five months after being nominated by President Barack Obama, Colette Honorable was sworn in as a Commissioner for the Federal...

Is the FCC Being Distracted by Net Neutrality and Not Focusing...

It’s hard to miss what’s going on with the FCC and the debate over what constitutes an open Internet – or what exactly does...

Net Neutrality: It’s The Jetsons v. The Flintstones

As an '80s baby, I grew up watching The Jetsons and The Flintstones. While both Hanna-Barbera cartoons were first produced and aired in the...

A High-Speed Vision For Our Community

By:  Melanie L. Campbell, President & CEO and Convener, Black Women’s Roundtable National Coalition on Black Civic Participation         “Solemn or sassy, women have always had something...

Comcast Extends Internet Essentials Indefinitely, Grants $1 Million for Learning Zones

Comcast’s recent announcement that it will extend its Internet Essentials program indefinitely, and will expand it to Time Warner Cable markets pending closure of...

Designated Entity Rules and Secondary Market Transactions Should Be a Top-line...

America's tech and telecom sectors account for one-sixth of the nation's GDP, and in an increasingly digital economy, spectrum is a vital resource for...

Would A Comcast, Time Warner Cable Merger Benefit Minorities?

One day before Valentine’s Day, Comcast Corporation – the largest cable provider in the country and owner of NBCUniversal – announced its plan to merge with Time Warner Cable, the fourth largest paid television service in the nation behind Comcast, Dish Network and DirecTV.

FCC Commissioners Discuss Diversity and Inclusion In the Midst of Change

In the midst of a busy week for communications policy, MMTC’s Fifth Annual Broadband and Social Justice Summit started its second day with a panel of five current or former FCC Commissioners. The timing for such a discussion couldn’t have been better if it were in a Hollywood script. The DC Circuit released its decision in Verizon v. FCC, ruling that the Commission’s open internet rules may require broadband carriers to disclose their traffic management policies to consumers, but that the Commission overstepped its authority in requiring carriers to treat all traffic equally.

Top 10 Picks From This Week’s Cable Show

Thousands made it to the nation’s capital to learn about the newest and latest trends coming out of a multibillion dollar cable industry. Here are my Top 10 picks from this year’s show.