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Federal Communications Commission

Definitions

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  • n. US wireless regulatory authority. The FCC was established by the Communications Act of 1934 and is charged with regulating Interstate and International communications by radio, television, wire, satellite and cable.

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Examples

  • But these broadcasters face a more powerful obligation to disclose, not from the FEC but from the Federal Communications Commission, which is weighing whether or not to hold them to doing it in a truly accessible way.

    Timothy Karr: Iowa Kicks Off the Media's Mud Season

  • The Federal Communications Commission, which is now exploring how broadband service can be better and more competitive in the U.S., endorsed the Google initiative yesterday, saying that "big broadband creates big opportunities."

    3 questions about Google's proposed high-speed Internet service

  • The Federal Communications Commission is a five-person commission, with two Republican commissioners opposed to any action whatsoever and two Democratic commissioners expected to push for stronger regulations, which left the Chairman a Democrat supported by a Democratic president the tiebreaking vote.

    Tracy Rosenberg: Be Careful What You Wish For

  • Not only Kucinich, Gravel and Paul supporters should call the Federal Communications Commission 888 225 5322 and the Federal Elections Commission 202 649 1000.

    Call the FCC and FEC re TV Fascism Programming the Election Process

  • Not only Kucinich, Gravel and Paul supporters should call the Federal Communications Commission 888 225 5322 and the Federal Elections Commission 202 649 1000. – everyone should demand fair elections.

    Call the FCC and FEC re TV Fascism Programming the Election Process

  • The brainstorm belongs to the Federal Communications Commission, which is looking into whether a new generation of wireless computing devices could make use of the empty "white space" spectrum associated with television broadcasts.

    If Granny Were Real

  • The agency told the Federal Communications Commission, which is reviewing high-speed Internet practices, that it is opposed to "Net neutrality," the principle that all Internet sites should be equally accessible to any Web user.

    Shocking!

  • One unintended side-benefit of the recent orgy of censorship by the Federal Communications Commission has been the giggle of hearing all-grown-up journalists and lawyers pontificating on the news about “the S-word” and “the F-word.”

    Baby-Talk Nation

  • The Communications Act of 1934 reformed in 1996, as noted above established an agency called the Federal Communications Commission as the sole exclusive agency at any level of government to deal with any issue regarding the transmission and reception of RF signals.

    Dear Mr Spano, re: Wi-Fi

  • It is controlled by the Federal Communications Commission, which is supposedly the real estate agent, so to speak, for the people who own the public airwaves.

    Average Citizens Are Cut Out of The Marketplace of Ideas

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