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By American Cable Association
American Cable Association Fears Cost Burdens Of Related FCC Mandates Would Make Encryption Less Attractive For Small Operators

By American Cable Association
ACA President and CEO Matthew M. Polka issued the statement below following the Federal Communications Commission's vote today to implement provisions of the Commercial Advertisement Loudness Mitigation Act or CALM Act.

By American Cable Association
American Cable Association President and CEO Matthew M. Polka issued a statement on news that Federal Communications Commissioner Michael Copps is stepping down on or before Jan. 1, 2012, after a decade of public service at the regulatory agency:

By American Cable Association
American Cable Association Says FCC Plan Would Promote Efficiencies Beneficial To Operators And Consumers Without Endangering Cable Service Compatibility

By Alex Tismansky
DATAVO Says Compliance With FCC’s New Connect America Fund (CAF) Will Increase Telephone Bills For Some Customers

By American Cable Association
American Cable Association President and CEO Matthew M. Polka issued a statement in response to an FCC staff ruling regarding Raycom Media's control of three Honolulu TV stations pursuant to a Shared Services Agreement with MCG Capital

By American Cable Association
ACA blasts deal allowing Raycom Media to control three local stations in Tucson, including top-rated CBS and Fox stations, even though FCC rules generally ban formal cross ownership among the four highest-rated stations in a market.

By Bootstrap America
On November 20th, Internet freedom as we know it becomes a thing of the past.

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 Howard Schwartz
Connecticut Better Business Bureau says Some Telemarketers Flaunt “Do Not Call” Registry List

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 TEMIA
Avoid bill shock from roaming and other mobile expenses

By TEMIA
TEMIA members comment on Bill Shock and the FCC and CTIA's Wireless Usage Notification Guidelines

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 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 One Economy
Karla Ballard, One Economy’s Chief of Strategy Development for Media and National Partnerships, has been appointed to the FCC’s Federal Advisory Committee on Diversity for Communications in the Digital Age.

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
Contact: Ted Hearn (202) 713-0826 or thearn@americancable.org

By American Cable Association
The American Cable Association applauded the Federal Communications Commission for postponing until June 30, 2012 the deadline for cable operator compliance with the Emergency Alert System's (EAS) new Common Alert Protocol (CAP) technology.

By American Cable Association
Access to competitively significant regional sports networks on fair terms is essential to the promotion of robust competition among multichannel video programming distributors, American Cable Association says

By American Cable Association
The American Cable Association says the pay-TV business model is broken because ESPN forces pay-TV providers to carry the expensive channel on the most basic programming tier, with no opt-out option for non-sports fans

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

By American Cable Association
ACA responds to LIN TV's blackout against Mediacom cable subscribers. Stations involved include WALA-WFNA, Mobile-Pensacola; WOOD-WOTV, Grand Rapids; WANE, Ft. Wayne, WLUK, Green Bay; and WTHI Terre Haute and WLFI, Lafayette, Ind.

By Nowel Pitt
AFC - APCO's Spectrum Management Division Selects ATDI, Inc. to provide FCC Part 90 Compliant Radio Frequency Network Engineering Software Platform

By ANSYS
For specific electromagnetic applications in the healthcare industry, HFSS™ software from ANSYS can now provide proof that a biomedical device transmitter design meets Federal Communications Commission (FCC) standards

By LBA Group, Inc.
Wireless industry innovator Lawrence Behr offers AM radio tower collocation to FCC effort to boost connectivity to broadband.

By ITAC Online
MarkeTel has proven that their predictive dialer increases the time spent on the phone talking customers, an increase in productivity in the range of 150 to 400 percent. They are committed to developing products which constantly push the envelope.

By Hummingbird Media
In light of the 700 MHz spectrum reallocation mandated by the FCC, Xavier took advantage of Sennheiser's attractive rebate offers and upgraded its entire wireless audio infrastructure to Sennheiser's evolution wireless G3 series.

By American Conference Institute
Fill out our poll! You'll be glad you did. How much social media is too much or when is it too little? Free and fun poll.

By American Conference Institute
When is placement, timing, and content in accordance with the law? The basics are common sense, but the depth and complexity of these basic rules are perplexing.Where does the FTC regulate when it comes to Social Media?

By Fast Market Research
New Wireless market report from MindCommerce: "EBS Substantial Service Good Story Package"

By LBA Group, Inc.
Telecommunications industry innovator LBA Group Inc. has named Christopher K. Horne, PhD, its chief technical officer just three weeks before he leaves for Russia as the sole representative of the United States at a technology conference.

By LBA Group, Inc.
Telecommunications industry innovator LBA Group Inc. has named Christopher K. Horne, PhD, its chief technical officer. He will officially join the Greenville firm on Aug. 2.

By LBA Group, Inc
Other summit speakers include R. Gerard Salemme, the executive vice president of Clearwire, and Bill Payne, vice president and chief technology officer of Motorola Networks.

By JBL Comm.
Now more than ever companies are feeling the pressure to start migrating their two way radio communications over to digital, Houston Communications is there to assist with a smooth transition and help meet all FCC mandates.

By LBA Group, Inc
LBA Group Inc. blogger examines the digitized utilities network concept and concludes utility companies can’t do it, and national security can’t afford it.

By Garvey Schubert Barer
Garvey Schubert Barer’s Daniel Margolis recently participated in The National Broadband Plan: A Roundtable Discussion, a panel focused on the Federal Communications Commission’s March 16 release of the National Broadband Plan.

By Fast Market Research
New Telecom and Computing research report from Ovum is now available from Fast Market Research

By Fast Market Research
New Fixed Networks research report from Ovum is now available from Fast Market Research

By Laurie Alm
The American Teleservices Association hosted their year-end event at the La Cima Club in Las Colinas on Dec 3rd. Call Center and industry executives came out in force to show their community commitment by participating in the Red Bag Food Drive.

By Andrew Robbins, Nemko USA East Coast Sales
Nemko expands telecom and wireless approval service known as Nemko Direct to cover more than 150 country approvals Worldwide. Products containing a radio can be marketed is almost any country with the help of Nemko Direct.

By mp5-player.cn
The FCC launched an inquiry into the practice of exclusive deals between handset makers and carriers ,especially AT&T and iPhone,which receives opposition.

By David E. Johnson
Cell Phone Jamming Is Proven Deterrent To Growing Pandemic Of Illegal Cell Phones In American Prisons

By John Gracyalny
Company offers to help facilitate distribution of rebate forms for trade-in programs to move out of the 700 MHz spectrum range in anticipation of federal regulation decisions.

By Nicholas Didow
DTV Across America predicts that for many households a DTV converter box will not be enough to avoid over-the-air broadcast television reception loss.

By Joshua Paul Vittek and Associates
The New WaveAngle Radian™ Wireless Guitar System applies modern wireless technology to provide the user reliable, future proof flexibility by utilizing QoS engines and advanced frequency hopping to create solid, wired equivalent performance

By The Q-Track Corporation
Q-Track Corporation debuted the world’s first Near-Field Electromagnetic Ranging (NFER®) Real-Time Location System (RTLS) that can track people or assets in a facility with a typical accuracy of better than three feet at a range of 60-150 feet.

By In Win Development Inc.
The In Win Advanced Certification Program provides channel customers with a key system building block that has been developed to ensure the customer’s final product’s operating thermal, electrical and functional performance have been fully tested




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