On April 14, the Lifeline Reform 2.0 Coalition, a group of Lifeline ETCs, filed an ex parte letter that “revises and re-prioritizes its proposals for further Lifeline reform” following developments since the Coalition filed a petition for rulemaking this past July.
Well, here we go again. A star athlete, an unknown female, allegations of alcohol and drug use, a potential sexual assault and the resulting police investigation.
Straight from Singapore #3 (Jet Lag Edition) – Monday: ICANN Begins, for Those Who Think ICANN Begins On Monday
Monday, March 23, began with the Opening Ceremony, even though the work of ICANN started on Saturday for many attendees.
With so much going on at the FCC and in connection with other topics that we consider, I’m sometimes late getting to all of the issues that arise, and sometimes never mention some of them.
A Federal Register notice suggests that the FCC may be thinking about re-imposing the Form 395-B requirement – but the notice neglects a couple of problems.
Doing Business in Quebec: Does the Charter of the French Language Prevent the Use of Trade-Marks in Languages Other Than French in Signs, Posters and Advertising?
Doing business in Quebec requires that enterprises pay particular attention to the requirements set out in the Charter of the French Language, R.S.Q., c. C-11, a statute adopted in 1977 with the purpose of enhancing the status of the French language in Quebec…
Comments Due by May 12 On Whether FCC Should Continue to Enforce Network Non-Duplication and Syndicated Exclusivity Rules
The Federal Communications Commission wants to know if it should have an ongoing role in the enforcement of network non-duplication and syndicated exclusivity agreements.
Raising Royalties? Discussing the Potential Dispute Between Music Rights Holders Over the Value of Their Rights
In discussing music royalties, the controversy that usually makes the news is the dispute between music services and copyright holders – with services arguing that the royalties are too high and rightsholders contending that they are underpaid.
Does the report on the first formal tests of a TV channel-sharing arrangement really say what FCC Chair Tom Wheeler says it says? YOU make the call.