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Ira Teinowitz Articles
Fate of merger could be among new attorney general’s first decisions
“Madam Secretary” to meet the real deal while sitting at CBS News’ “Nerd Prom” table
Personal friendships and a comfort with her position on the issues means the entertainment industry is uniting in Clinton support
Associations endorse efforts to improve enforcement through Trade Promotion Authority
Associations of ISPs, wireless companies, broadband providers say agency went too far; Tom Wheeler responds, “You can’t say you’re for broadband – but endorse limits...
April 25 “Nerd Prom” draws even more entertainment industry, as USA Today, Atlantic Media and Huffington Post announce guests
‘Game of Thrones,’ ‘Scandal,’ ‘Modern Family’ Stars Headed to White House Correspondents’ Dinner (Exclusive)
Nikolaj Coster-Waldau, Julie Bowen, Ty Burrell, Darby Stanchfield, Bellamy Young and “Selma” director Ava DuVernay among Hollywood stars attending DC’s “Nerd Prom” on April 25
New tool enables government to impose broader sanctions on “threats”
Network explores viability of two advertising initiatives: inserting on-air ads into older episodes viewed on demand and using a deeper data “audit” to provide smarter...
USTelecom Association calls order “arbitrary, capricious and an abuse of discretion”
House Republicans grill Tom Wheeler on transparency of Federal Communications Commission vote to classify the Internet as a utility
Companies cite difficulty in fighting Justice Department antitrust action
The “Stop Mega Comcast” Coalition calls Comcast’s retort “yet another arrogant missive”
Release of order kicks off expected lengthy period of legal challenges
The Federal Trade Commission says advertisements “trick consumers into buying satellite TV packages”
“This ain’t no way to make a living,” Sen. Al Franken says
Quoting the classic Eagles song, cable executives warned that there was “no check out” for customers wanting high-speed broadband
Ruling delays request to collect information on company’s practices to screen illegal content
FCC turns attention to Comcast-TWC and AT&T-DirecTV mergers after net neutrality vote
Kim Dotcom company blames MPAA pressure for action following similar moves by MasterCard, Visa
Musicians, Democrats among those celebrating victory; Republican legislators, AT&T, Verizon, the consumer electronics industry plan next steps to fight regulation
Amidst claims of victory come worries that net neutrality “joy” could be short lived
Opposition to government plan warns of price hikes, other negative repercussions if regulation plan passes
Hollywood influencers pour cash far to the east – into the Chicago mayoral race
Programmer’s guilty plea in Megaupload criminal complaint is “a significant step forward,” Justice Department attorney says
Unveiling of Chairman Tom Wheeler’s proposal kicks off efforts toward Feb. 26 vote
Tom Wheeler’s proposed reclassification of Internet as a public utility called a “power grab” by Commerce Committee Chair
“We will use every tool in the agency’s toolbox to … make sure that the Internet stays fast, fair and open for all Americans,” Tom...