Wednesday is the last day people can post comments to the Federal Communications Commission about a sweeping new plan intended to roll back rules of...
Just months ago, the possible merger between Sinclair Broadcasting and Tribune Media wouldn't have been legal.
AT&T is participating in Wednesday’s Day of Action for preserving net neutrality and advancing the open internet, but in reality it is misleading the public.
Amazon, Etsy, Kickstarter, Dropbox and Vimeo are joining Wednesday's protest against the Federal Communications Commission's threat to equal internet access.
The problem is more than conservative bias. Many broadcast stations also fail to cover important issues in their local communities.
As the agency moves forward with its misinformation campaign to reverse open internet protections, these key points are worth highlighting.
Policies set in motion by the GOP and its loyal FCC chief, Ajit Pai, have created a communications crisis. Here’s why, and what we can still do to stop them.
Despite grass-roots objections, the agency acts to begin the process of undoing open internet protections.
The former Verizon lawyer has made it clear that he intends to take steps to repeal net neutrality, which provides equal access to the internet.
In the past week, 25 senators have signed letters denouncing FCC Chairman Ajit Pai's plan to scrap rules that allow equal access to internet content. Among them are Maggie Hassan (pictured left) and Maria Cantwell.