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Mayors Rally in Support of Comcast-Time Warner Cable Merger

IS THE SPECTRUM CRUNCH OVERBLOWN? : A new paper concludes the demand for spectrum is overstated. (Aalok Mehta, J. Armand Musey)

Dodgers Dispute Is Not Helping Comcast-TWC Merger Case

Netflix Pays Time Warner Cable for Better Streaming

Netflix confirms a paid interconnection deal with Time Warner Cable as its CEO continues his crusade for tougher net-neutrality rules in an op-ed for  Wired. 

Will the Broadcaster Lawsuit Derail the Airwave Auction?

The White House Needs a New Privacy Officer

Comcast Defends Merger to FCC

Comcast meets face-to-face with the FCC's merger review team. Both Comcast and Time Warner Cable have decided to pull their sponsorship of a foundation dinner honoring FCC Comm...

The New York Times Wants Utility Regulation of the Internet

Thirteen Democratic senators have also urged Wheeler to regulate the Internet under Title II, and the FCC chief has said he is "seriously considering" the option. But it would ...

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Mayors Rally in Support of Comcast-Time Warner Cable Merger

IS THE SPECTRUM CRUNCH OVERBLOWN? : A new paper concludes the demand for spectrum is overstated. (Aalok Mehta, J. Armand Musey)

Dodgers Dispute Is Not Helping Comcast-TWC Merger Case

Netflix Pays Time Warner Cable for Better Streaming

Netflix confirms a paid interconnection deal with Time Warner Cable as its CEO continues his crusade for tougher net-neutrality rules in an op-ed for  Wired. 

Will the Broadcaster Lawsuit Derail the Airwave Auction?

The White House Needs a New Privacy Officer

Comcast Defends Merger to FCC

Comcast meets face-to-face with the FCC's merger review team. Both Comcast and Time Warner Cable have decided to pull their sponsorship of a foundation dinner honoring FCC Comm...

The New York Times Wants Utility Regulation of the Internet

Thirteen Democratic senators have also urged Wheeler to regulate the Internet under Title II, and the FCC chief has said he is "seriously considering" the option. But it would ...

Show More