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Checking In @ The FCC - The September 2020 Open Meeting

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Chairman Pai’s theme for the September 30th Open Meeting is “A Big Fall Kickoff,” celebrating the return of professional (and fantasy) football.  In keeping with his theme, he noted that ”[i]n this spirit, the FCC’s September agenda looks like a well-balanced fantasy team.  Just as you would assemble a fantasy roster with a quarterback, running backs, receivers, a tight end, a kicker, and a defense, we’re rolling out a diverse lineup featuring at least one item from each of the Commission’s seven bureaus.” 

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Topics: Methods to Eliminate Unlawful Robocalls, Checking In @ The FCC, 911 fee diversion, STIR/SHAKEN, FCC September Open Meeting Agenda, Foreign Ownership Review

The Regulatory Mix - Thursday, September 10, 2020

Posted by Amy Gross

Today's Regulatory Mix: The FCC Announces Tentative Agenda for the September Open Meeting, Indiana Authorizes $51 Million In Broadband Funding, US House Committee Passes Telecom Legislation

 

FCC entrance shutterstock-1FCC Announces Tentative Agenda for September Open Meeting

The FCC has announced the tentative agenda for its next Open Meeting scheduled for September 30, 2020.  It includes the following items:

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Topics: telecom legislation, US House Energy and Commerce Committee, Indiana Broadband Funding, FCC September Open Meeting Agenda

The Regulatory Mix - Friday, September 6, 2019

Posted by Amy Gross

NTIA logoNTIA Report on Spectrum Repurposing

NTIA released the first annual report showing continuing efforts to repurpose parts of the nation’s radiofrequency spectrum to meet the future communications needs of commercial and federal users. The report shows that the United States already leads the world in spectrum available for 5G technology and is working to more-than-double the radio spectrum available for the next generation of wireless network technology. 

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Topics: Connect USVI Fund, 5G, Direct Broadcast Satellite Service, NTIA Spectrum Repurposing, Access Arbitrage, 3.5 GHz Auction Procedures, FCC September Open Meeting Agenda, Digital Technology Markets

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Checking In @ The FCC - The September 2020 Open Meeting

Posted by Amy Gross

DyLQMV-VAAA-vMK-1What will the FCC be tackling next?

Chairman Pai’s theme for the September 30th Open Meeting is “A Big Fall Kickoff,” celebrating the return of professional (and fantasy) football.  In keeping with his theme, he noted that ”[i]n this spirit, the FCC’s September agenda looks like a well-balanced fantasy team.  Just as you would assemble a fantasy roster with a quarterback, running backs, receivers, a tight end, a kicker, and a defense, we’re rolling out a diverse lineup featuring at least one item from each of the Commission’s seven bureaus.” 

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Topics: Methods to Eliminate Unlawful Robocalls, Checking In @ The FCC, 911 fee diversion, STIR/SHAKEN, FCC September Open Meeting Agenda, Foreign Ownership Review

The Regulatory Mix - Thursday, September 10, 2020

Posted by Amy Gross

Today's Regulatory Mix: The FCC Announces Tentative Agenda for the September Open Meeting, Indiana Authorizes $51 Million In Broadband Funding, US House Committee Passes Telecom Legislation

 

FCC entrance shutterstock-1FCC Announces Tentative Agenda for September Open Meeting

The FCC has announced the tentative agenda for its next Open Meeting scheduled for September 30, 2020.  It includes the following items:

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Topics: telecom legislation, US House Energy and Commerce Committee, Indiana Broadband Funding, FCC September Open Meeting Agenda

The Regulatory Mix - Friday, September 6, 2019

Posted by Amy Gross

NTIA logoNTIA Report on Spectrum Repurposing

NTIA released the first annual report showing continuing efforts to repurpose parts of the nation’s radiofrequency spectrum to meet the future communications needs of commercial and federal users. The report shows that the United States already leads the world in spectrum available for 5G technology and is working to more-than-double the radio spectrum available for the next generation of wireless network technology. 

Read More
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Topics: Connect USVI Fund, 5G, Direct Broadcast Satellite Service, NTIA Spectrum Repurposing, Access Arbitrage, 3.5 GHz Auction Procedures, FCC September Open Meeting Agenda, Digital Technology Markets

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