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Public broadcasting's series on the digital divide said that not having "access or online literacy can create major hurdles.?
Fierce Telecom editor Samantha Bookman advises Verizon to resume building out its FiOS service.
While Maryland suburbs have a choice between cable and FiOS, Baltimore residents don't. But some are fighting back.
Social justice nonprofit Greenlining Institute asked the FCC to direct T-Mobile and MetroPCS to turn over promised documents.
Don't end the cross-ownership rules, say Senator Bernie Sanders, former FCC Commissioner Michael Copps, legislators and community groups.
An unanimous vote by the FCC will allow up to 6000 low-power radio stations in urban areas where they had been curtailed.
Labor, public interest, and civil rights groups have pushed the FCC to extend comment on minority ownership of media, delaying the new ownership rules.
FCC reveals no progress in minority media ownership, even as the commission prepares to relax rules. Minority groups, and CWA, object.
An FCC plan for restructuring funding of the Universal Service Fund has come under attack, but the plan is sound.
Google's much-publicized high-speed fiber project in Kansas City seems to be bypassing many low-income residents.