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American Cable Association Says Federal Communications Commission Needs To Focus Broadband Support On Unserved Areas To Prevent Wasteful Spending
By American Cable Association
"The national EAS test was a huge effort carried out by a public-private partnership that truly performed a great service for the American people." ACA President and CEO Matthew M. Polka
By American Cable Association
The American Cable Association endorsed a key conclusion by the FCC that the agency's Antenna Structure Registration program does not cause nationally significant impacts on environmental resources, especially migratory birds.
By American Cable Association
ACA is pleased President Obama will nominate Jessica Rosenworcel and Ajit Pai to serve at the FCC. Both are talented individuals with a deep understanding of the digital economy and the vital role played by small and mid-sized cable operators.
By American Cable Association
ACA's Polka says the Federal Communications Commission's vote to reform the Universal Service Fund sets the stage for the agency's direct support of broadband service in high cost areas for the first time in history
By American Cable Association
American Cable Association Says IP Cable Services Not Distributed Over The Internet Are Already Covered By Existing FCC Closed Captioning Rules
By American Cable Association
The American Cable Association called for creation of voluntary network outage reporting rules in lieu of mandates by the Federal Communications Commission, in response to concerns the FCC lacks authority to impose such requirements on broadband
By American Cable Association
"The notion that retransmission consent negotiations take place in a free market is a figment of NAB's fertile imagination," American Cable Association President and CEO Matthew M. Polka says.
By American Cable Association
The American Cable Association called on the Federal Communications Commission to take firm action against public and private entities that impede broadband deployment by demanding excessive fees to access rights of way.
By American Cable Association
The FCC should adopt fiscally sound and competitively neutral USF reforms and reject backward, pro-incumbent formulations of large phone companies determined to maintain a firm grip on as much government financial support as possible

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By American Cable Association
Continued Extension By Federal Communications Commission Needed More Now for Small Operators, Trade Group Says
By American Cable Association
Kate Adams of James Cable, John Conrad of Liberty Cablevision and Dave Keefe of Atlantic Broadband Expand ACA Board's Executive Experience and Leadership Diversity
By American Cable Association
On Office Visits To FCC, Capitol Hill, American Cable Association Members Seek Action On Retransmission Consent
By American Cable Association
American Cable Association Says Federal Communications Commission Needs To Focus Broadband Support On Unserved Areas To Prevent Wasteful Spending
By American Cable Association
FCC Leader, Broadband Champion And Supporter Of Small Business To Discuss His Public Policy Agenda For The Nation
By American Cable Association
American Cable Association Urges FCC To Retain Balance In Its New USF Regime
By American Cable Association
American Cable Association President and CEO Matthew M. Polka issued the following statement in response to the Federal Communications Commission's vote yesterday to launch a review of its broadcast ownership rules:
By American Cable Association
"The national EAS test was a huge effort carried out by a public-private partnership that truly performed a great service for the American people." ACA President and CEO Matthew M. Polka
By American Cable Association
The American Cable Association endorsed a key conclusion by the FCC that the agency's Antenna Structure Registration program does not cause nationally significant impacts on environmental resources, especially migratory birds.
By American Cable Association
ACA is pleased President Obama will nominate Jessica Rosenworcel and Ajit Pai to serve at the FCC. Both are talented individuals with a deep understanding of the digital economy and the vital role played by small and mid-sized cable operators.
By American Cable Association
ACA's Polka says the Federal Communications Commission's vote to reform the Universal Service Fund sets the stage for the agency's direct support of broadband service in high cost areas for the first time in history
By American Cable Association
American Cable Association Says IP Cable Services Not Distributed Over The Internet Are Already Covered By Existing FCC Closed Captioning Rules
By American Cable Association
Six weeks are a long time for consumers to be disconnected from what broadcasters, like LIN TV, call ‘free TV.’ LIN TV just proved that retransmission consent harms consumers. The retransmission consent rules need to be updated very soon
By American Cable Association
The American Cable Association called for creation of voluntary network outage reporting rules in lieu of mandates by the Federal Communications Commission, in response to concerns the FCC lacks authority to impose such requirements on broadband
By American Cable Association
The FCC Chairman’s plan locks in a sole-source contract worth billions of dollars for over 10 years to a handful of incumbent large telecom companies to deploy broadband at maximum speeds that are below average.
By American Cable Association
"The notion that retransmission consent negotiations take place in a free market is a figment of NAB's fertile imagination," American Cable Association President and CEO Matthew M. Polka says.
By American Cable Association
The American Cable Association called on the Federal Communications Commission to take firm action against public and private entities that impede broadband deployment by demanding excessive fees to access rights of way.
By American Cable Association
The FCC should adopt fiscally sound and competitively neutral USF reforms and reject backward, pro-incumbent formulations of large phone companies determined to maintain a firm grip on as much government financial support as possible


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