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Analysts are doing their best to read the tea leaves as the case drags on much longer than expected.
The AT&T Midwest contract covers workers in Ohio, Michigan, Illinois, Indiana, and Wisconsin, while the Legacy T contract covers workers nationwide.
"I felt like a POW recording a message," one anchor at a Sinclair-owned station told CNN of his involvement in the controversial must-run segment.
He claimed that Democrats won’t work with him, even as Republicans, Trump’s party, control both houses of Congress.
The BDAC is tasked with developing and recommending to the FCC policies for broadband deployment that address the needs of all stakeholders.
The video shows how central control of narrative can turn local journalists into tools for political propaganda.
Late last year, Chairman Pai began his newest assault on the Lifeline program, attempting to hollow out the program.
In addition, the PSC is investigating whether Charter violated its franchise agreement in New York City by avoiding fees and missing buildout requirements.
As the many opponents of the merger have been arguing for months – the Sinclair-Tribune merger is not in the public interest and will harm consumers. It should be denied.
CWA members received an outpouring of support from community members and legislators, and they were joined by hundreds of supporters at a rally in Charleston on Saturday.
The United States has been slow to respond to Facebook’s and other tech giant’s growth and power.
DirecTV Now’s 888,000 new subscriptions off-set the 624,000 million lost U-verse subscriptions that AT&T reported.
Verizon’s latest job cuts come despite the company's continued profitability and recent windfall from the corporate tax cuts that Congress passed last year.
The lawsuit explains that the FCC has failed to consider the impact of its changes to rules affecting localism, diversity, and competition in broadcast ownership.
The investment would be used to close the last mile gap, upgrade existing broadband infrastructure, and tackle the tribal broadband gap, among other things.
Fifty-five percent of all Americans are “more concerned” that the US government isn’t doing enough to regulate the tech industry.
CWA filed a complaint before the NY PSC against Verizon for failure to maintain its copper infrastructure to provide safe and adequate service to customers.
Sinclair's divestiture plan isn't sincere, it's a sham. The merger still isn’t in the public interest and the should be denied.
Members of the Communications Workers of America have been negotiating with Frontier since last May.
“Raising the national audience reach limit and/or maintaining the UHF discount fails to further the public interest,” the attorneys general wrote.
Last year, the Republican majority at the FCC eliminated essential safeguards that ensure fair Internet access to all users.
CWA and its allies urged the Commission to reject proposals that would weaken the Lifeline program and exacerbate the digital divide for low-income households.
The court found that Facebook has violated the country’s privacy law by tracking people on third-party websites.
The investigation comes after a local Minnesota politician encouraged his constituents to file their complaints with Frontier to the state PUC.