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Sen. McCaskill expected to abandon attempt to add pay-TV regulation to STAVRA

Sen. Claire McCaskill (D-Mo.) is expected to withdraw an effort to include in the pending satellite reauthorization bill rules that would give the FCC greater oversight over pay-TV customer service.

CCA wants FCC to revise rules for triggering 'reserved' spectrum in 600 MHz auction

The Competitive Carriers Association is urging the FCC to reconsider its rules for triggering when bidding for next year's planned incentive auction of 600 MHz broadcast TV spectrum will split into "unreserved" airwaves and "reserved" spectrum set aside for smaller carriers.

AT&T, Nokia among those endorsing spectrum-sharing tests in 'model city'

Commenters applauded a federal government proposal to set up a public-private partnership that would create a model city for testing spectrum-sharing policies and technologies.The plan was floated in July by the FCC and the National Telecommunications and Information Administration (NTIA).

FCC net neutrality comments surpass 3M, beat Janet Jackson 'Wardrobe-gate' for record

With the public commentary period for the FCC's proposed new net-neutrality rules ending Monday night, the commission reported that the number of comments had set a record, at more than 3 million.

FCC gets 3M net neutrality comments as debate over wireless exemption heats up

Now that the deadline has passed for sending comments to the FCC on its proposed new rules for net neutrality, a key debate is emerging over whether the rules should apply equally to wireless networks and wired ones. Wireless carriers, which had been exempt from most net-neutrality rules covering wired ISPs that passed in 2010, are digging in their heels against the new regulations, while the FCC notes that the question remains an open one.

Netflix peering dispute with Verizon, Comcast intentional, pundit says

Subscription video on demand provider Netflix may have intentionally caused slowdowns of its own video stream during its well-publicized disputes with Verizon and Comcast, the director of a conservative technology organization said.

FCC flooded with over 3M comments about net neutrality rules

The FCC said that it received 3 million comments about the proposed net neutrality rules as it approached yesterday's deadline for comments.

TWC puts Dodgers channel on broadcast for pennant stretch drive

Time Warner Cable has struck a deal to put the last six games of the Dodgers' season on broadcast television.

Idaho's statewide broadband contract faces FCC subpoena

Idaho is now facing the scrutiny of the FCC, which has joined others in investigating the state's handling of its statewide broadband network.

AWS-3 auction: DoD pledges to enable greater access to shared spectrum

The next major U.S. spectrum auction, for AWS-3 frequencies, is slated to begin in less than two months, and the Department of Defense (DoD) is pledging to do what it can to reduce the size of coordination zones in the 1755-1780 MHz band to enable greater access to shared spectrum by commercial operations.