Networks, consumer groups and broadcast unions staked out their positions on reforming the FCC's media ownership rules
Amid standoff, DirecTV says non-Dodgers fans shouldn't be penalized
"Inaction is no longer acceptable," FCC chairman says of prolonged carriage disagreement
The response could be a government record for public comment on a rule-making proceeding
The government is abandoning its original deadline of Tuesday night and giving people until Friday to offer comments
More than 677,000 comments have poured into the FCC, with just one more day left to file
"Our country cannot afford 'pay-for-play' schemes that divide our Internet into tiers based on who has the deepest pockets" says congressional co-sponsor Doris Matsui
FCC Chairman Tom Wheeler wants to get to the bottom of all this jostling
Oliver: "They should call it 'Preventing Cable Company F-ckery,' because it might actually compel people to do something"
"You didn't hit this out of the ballpark," Congressman Henry Waxman tells FCC Chairman Tom Wheeler
Sen. Al Franken slammed the FCC's proposal as "woefully misguided" and warned that unless the FCC made further changes the Web could be in danger
Commission chair Tom Wheeler vigorously defended his belief in open internet while proposing a policy that could fall short
Net Neutrality essentially means an open Internet where all traffic is equal, anyone can publish content, and everyone has access to media
The Writers Guild West members send a letter citing potential loss of free speech, competitive balance
"This is a debacle and I think people would like to see a change of course" one FCC official said
NCTA 2014: Tom Wheeler insists new government proposals work for net neutrality, not against it
The commission will propose new rules that will ban "commercially unreasonable" violations of competition, and will not regulate prioritized content deals with cable companies
FCC Chairman Tom Wheeler calls vote to tighten media ownership rules "a win for common sense"
Commissioner Mike O'Rielly says new rule is not in the public's best interest
Tom Wheeler unexpectedly proposed to close major ownership loopholes
"To the extent that Comcast has a history of breaching its legal obligations to consumers, such history should be taken into account"
"Any suggestion that the FCC intends to regulate the speech of news media or plans to put monitors in America's newsrooms is false"
Load times fall 14 percent
Court decision will not be the end of FCC's open internet efforts
Comcast needs government approval for its merger -- a chance for regulators to leverage an extension of Net Neutrality protections
"This merger is not going to fly through ... no matter how it goes"
Greg Walden rips the FCC for taking too long to review communications deals and for overreaching in demanding concessions such as in the Comcast-NBCU merger
The commission has shown little appetite for wading into the culture wars, but it may have no choice when it comes to the issue of...
During the session, he promises to balance competition with regulation as debate falls into partisan lines
Senate expected to move quickly to confirm former chairman Julius Genachowski's replacement