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Wheeler: Comcast just proved the point for 'Unlock the Box'

Pivoting course on the terse response he issued last week when Comcast announced it was integrating its set-top functionality into Samsung smart TVs and Roku streaming devices, FCC Chairman Tom Wheeler offered backhanded praise for the MSO's new "Program Partners" initiative. He said the plan is exactly the kind of strategy he hopes will become ubiquitous once his "Unlock the Box" proposal becomes law.

FCC puts final rules in place for spectrum sharing in 3.5 GHz band

The FCC today reaffirmed its decision to create the Citizens Broadband Radio Service (CBRS) in the 3.5 GHz band and took steps to finalize the rules for a new experimental sharing regime, making 150 MHz available for mobile broadband and other commercial uses.

NCTA says FCC 'special access' proposal will result in 'onerous new rate regulation,' 'obvious harm'

Once again finding itself at odds with former cable-industry lobbyist and current FCC Chairman Tom Wheeler, the NCTA blasted a divided FCC vote this morning to propose new regulations for business broadband.

Google looks gift horse in mouth, opposes FCC privacy protections for set-tops

While the FCC's "Unlock the Box" proposal seems remarkably tailored for Google, the technology giant has one little bone to pick with the agency in comments submitted earlier this week.

Comcast Business Q1 revenues jump 17.5% to $1.3B as mid-sized business purchasing surges

Comcast Business continues to make a good showing amid the cable operator's overall revenue mix as it sees more mid-sized businesses purchasing its services.

Pros weigh in on FCC set-top proposal

While pay-TV operators have been backed by a surprisingly robust coalition of programmers, advertisers and Congressional lawmakers in their battle to stop the FCC from imposing new regulations on their set-top leasing business, the agencies set-top proposal is also getting commentary from numerous backers.

Charter gets FCC green light to complete TWC, Bright House acquisitions

Charter Communications got the thumbs up from FCC Chairman Tom Wheeler for its pending acquisitions of Time Warner Cable and Bright House, creating a new powerhouse consumer and business service player.

Charter's TWC and Bright House deals get official approval order from FCC's Wheeler

FCC Chairman Tom Wheeler has submitted an order to the agency's five-person commission formally recommending Charter Communications' purchases of Time Warner Cable and Bright House Networks.

Programmers, advertisers, Congress back pay-TV operators in battle against FCC set-top proposal

While the FCC received key backing from the White House several weeks ago in its bid to "unlock" choice in the pay-TV set-top leasing business, pay-TV operators opposed to the proposal are receiving a flurry of support of their own.

Frontier stands firm on belief that regulating ILEC Ethernet access pricing could distort competition

Frontier Communications is reiterating its stance that if the FCC places new regulations on how ILECs price their Ethernet offerings it could inhibit competition and stall new investments in last mile infrastructure.