The study is the FCC's first systematic examination of the Hispanic television market.
Senate expected to move quickly to confirm former chairman Julius Genachowski's replacement
The NAB is leading a coalition in a campaign to keep the FCC's "viewability rule" -- which would affect 12 million viewers -- on the...
FCC Chairman Julius Genachowski tells the NAB gathering that TV stations that aggressively pursue digital initiatives are reaping dividends
FCC Chief Julius Genachowski names new staffers and shakes up senior team
New rules stem from Congress' Commercial Advertisement Loudness Mitigation Act and will be adopted by 2012
The percentage of people of color is on the rise, but not in the corporate suite
Commission does away with with regulations that stipulate broadcasters must present both sides of public issues
FCC lawyer recommends $375K penalty against cable provider for favoring channels it owns
Free Press says congressional hearing on reforms to the commission should have addressed Meredith Attwell Baker's controversial departure
Media Access Group says current regulations need to be tweaked for more transparency
During speech at Mobile Future Forum, FCC Chairman shoots down allegations that cable companies are hoarding bandwidth, but stresses that the shortage is real
Former regulatory chief tapped to take top NCTA spot
Interest groups allege that the company exaggerated the amount of news programming it provides and the number of people it employs
Allegations of "payola" and bought nominations could lead the FCC to issue a letter of inquiry, an official tells TheWrap
"They're a revolutionary, breakthrough device," says the chairman, and will drive innovation and economic growth
Support of Democratic commissioners gives chairman a majority support for his open internet regulations
William Lake announces commission will take up rule making in an effort to stop blackouts
Facing threats from Republican congressmen, FCC will use the time to attract industry support for new regulations
FCC has asked both companies to submit evidence they have been conducting retransmission talks fairly
Media bureau head says both sides have to demonstrate they are engaging in "good faith" negotiations
The approval of "white space" spectrum use for broadband opens the possibility of "wi-fi on steroids"
African-American coalition group says it will sue to ensure the commission enforce diverse ownership
Controversial new report concluds not enough Americans have access to high-speed internet and that the government should step in -- not everyone agrees
Appellate court rules the FCC's policy is unconstitutional
Delays its review of the merger, but doesn't change the overall timetable
Agency wants proof of the deal’s economic benefits
Admits cable has lost market share, but not enough
Intended to help the FCC decide whether the commission many need to alter any policies
FCC lays groundwork for improving high-speed Internet access.