All the news and blogs
Business & Finance
Tech & Science
Our mobile app
Our groups in social networks
Nothing was found on your request
ajit v pai
Subsidies for Huawei Gear Would Be Banned Under FCC Proposal
Regulators set a vote on preventing U.S. government subsidies from being spent on gear from Huawei Technologies Co., ratcheting up pressure on the Chinese supplier already targeted as a security risk
FCC Wants to Ease TV Broadcasters’ Mandate to Air Children’s Programming
Federal regulators intend to ease requirements for television broadcasters to air children’s programming, saying a decades-old mandate has become outdated in an era of abundant kids’ shows on cable
Ford Takes Regulator for a Spin in Pitch to Save Connected Cars
Automakers won control over a choice swath of wireless spectrum 20 years ago on the promise of delivering safety innovations to vehicles.
Under Fire From Trump, Huawei Asks FCC to Stay Out of the Fight
Huawei Technologies Co., already under siege by the Trump administration, on Wednesday urged the U.S. Federal Communications Commission not to join the fight.
Heat Surrounding Alex Jones Grows as Pirate Radio Outlet Fined
Right-wing provocateur Alex Jones has had programming knocked off Facebook, Google and other online platforms after it was deemed hate speech. Now the operators of a Texas radio station in his Texas
White House Called FCC to Talk About Sinclair’s Tribune Deal
U.S. Federal Communications Commission Chairman Ajit Pai said White House counsel Don McGahn called him as the agency moved to scuttle Sinclair Broadcast Group Inc.’s proposed merger with Tribune
FCC Proposal to Cut Fraud Seen Gutting `Obamaphone' Supply Chain
Thomas Howard lives alone in Baltimore and relies on Social Security and an occasional meal at the Viva House, a soup kitchen where he once met a man offering mobile phones paid for by the federal
‘Sue Me,’ Sinclair Tells Justice Official as Tribune Deal Tanks
Sinclair Broadcast Group Inc. lost its $3.9 billion deal to buy Tribune Media Co. after goading the Trump administration’s top antitrust official with the tart phrase: "Sue me."
Slap at Sinclair Seen as Turnabout From Friendly FCC Chief
Sinclair Broadcast Group Inc. thought it had a friend in Ajit Pai when he was appointed to lead the U.S. Federal Communications Commission.
Get Ready for Big Media to Get Bigger After AT&T Victory
The ruling for the Time Warner acquisition ends any hope that Trump’s arrival in Washington would usher in a wave of populist antitrust crackdowns.
Broadband Leaders Push Back on Proposed Ban on ZTE, Huawei Gear
Trade groups representing the leading American broadband and wireless providers told the the Federal Communications Commission to go slow as it weighs banning the use of federal subsidies to purchase
Intelsat Soars as Proposal for New Airwaves Uses Progresses
Satellite operators Intelsat SA and SES SA beam video programming from space down to TV stations and cable systems across the U.S. Now they want to let Earth-bound wireless companies hitch a ride on
T-Mobile's Getting Help From Trump Allies in Deal for Sprint
T-Mobile US Inc. is getting some well-connected help in Washington as it seeks to win approval for its purchase of Sprint Corp.: a lobbying firm staffed by former Trump campaign aides.
Senate Democrats Win Net Neutrality Vote With Help of Three Republicans
Senate Democrats won a vote to preserve net neutrality regulations, a victory for a measure that still faces obstacles to becoming law but could appeal to young voters and boost the party in mid-term
AT&T Paid Cohen Up to $600,000 for Trump Insights
An employee helps a customer at an AT&T Inc. store in Manhattan Beach, California, U.S., on Monday, July 22, 2013. AT&T Inc. is scheduled to release earnings figures on July 23. Photographer:
‘No’ Cohen Inquiries on Net Neutrality on AT&T’s Behalf, FCC Chairman Says
AT&T has acknowledged it hired a firm founded by President Trump’s personal lawyer, Michael Cohen.
Obama-Era Net Neutrality Rules Set to End June 11
The Federal Communications Commission’s Obama-era requirement that internet service providers treat web content equally will end June 11 and be replaced by new rules compelling them to disclose their
AT&T, Novartis Ties to Cohen Show Push for Trump Insights
Donald Trump’s election as the ultimate outsider in 2016 sent companies scrambling to understand the new president.
FCC Shifts $9 Billion Phone Aid Fund Out of Bank of America
Regulators have begun moving almost $9 billion collected to subsidize phone and broadband service from a Bank of America account to what auditors call safer ground at the U.S. Treasury.
Trump’s China Concern Adds Pressure in Race to Be First With 5G
The Trump administration’s concern about China’s growing technology clout is putting even more pressure on U.S. wireless carriers in their marketing battle over which company will be the first to