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President Bush's proposed budget for 2008 grants the FCC the power to assess fees on un-auctioned wireless licenses and to auction domestic satellite licenses, including those used to supplement
A report issued by the Federal Communications Commission this week found that 582 million of the nation's 1.3 billion available phone numbers are currently in use. As expected, wireless operators
The FCC has
FCC Chairman Kevin Martin touched on a wide array of telecommunications topics during his talk at
The FCC has denied all requests for extensions to a federal mandate for E911 services, which allow emergency call centers to locate wireless callers. The mandate called for 95 percent of a
FCC Chairman Kevin Martin has appointed a successor to the post he left nearly a year ago: Fred Campbell will take over as the permanent chief of the agency's Wireless Telecommunications Bureau.
After a few weeks of hemming and hawing over whether it was appropriate to cast the deciding vote on the
FCC Commissioner Robert McDowell will be allowed to cast the tie-breaking vote on the proposed acquisition of BellSouth by AT&T, the FCC's general counsel announced. "You are now free to