Allowing the FCC’s authority to auction spectrum to expire would be “unacceptable,” Carr said.
Shot clocks are important to industry players, argued T-Mobile's Tim Halinski.
Federal Communications Commissioner Brendan Carr doubled-down on previous criticism of the agency's exclusion of Starlink.
Carr said he was notified via press release of the FCC decision to deny RDOF money to Starlink and LTD.
The Net Neutrality and Broadband Justice Act may harm the ability of broadband infrastructure to grow.
As FCC fights robocalls, robotexts are on the rise.
The commissioner prefers going the route of legislation over Democratic FCC commissioners leading the charge for neutrality protections.
A coalition of telecommunication trade associations were unable to sway the court.
The legal brief comes at a time when the FCC studies the future of the fund.
The FCC has now confirmed more than half the $9.2 billion for the program.
The FCC chairwoman responded to a letter by members of Congress resisting calls to back down on net neutrality.
The former FCC chairman said mapping issues need to be resolved before money leaves the door.
AT&T, Verizon, Lumen Technologies have settled for millions for failed 911 calls.
UTOPIA customers deep in red states favor net neutrality by a wide margin.
Industry reacts to the appointments of Rosenworcel as first permanent woman chair, Sohn as first openly gay commissioner.
Democrats frustrated with Biden's delay on FCC, Comcast tests 10 Gbps speed, Louisiana wants 75% more broadband in six years.
Author of Farm Fresh Broadband talks considerations for infrastructure funding, FCC approves 72 telehealth apps, Boost Mobile's 5G device.
Apple will not reinstate Fortnite after court fight, T-Mobile expands in 4 states, Ajit Pai on Virginia's broadband success.
Muninetworks' Sean Gonsalves cracks open and investigates the infrastructure bill.
Defaulters say new FCC mapping data shows areas they bid to connect are already adequately served.
Recent conversations about revamping the program are inspired by the possibility of growth in diversity in broadcasting.
Will the 12 GHz band be opened for 5G uses or remain exclusively for satellite services?
Executive order would kickoff new antitrust and net neutrality regulations.
The FCC’s May 10 order said schools and libraries could not use connectivity funds to build self-provisioned networks.
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