Nowhere is the opportunity greater to promote broadband deployment than in the wireless sector.
Dates Set for Comments On Good Faith Negotiation of Retransmission Consent Agreements – What is the FCC Asking?
A month ago, the FCC released its Notice of Proposed Rulemaking looking to reassess the requirement that broadcasters and MVPDs (cable and satellite television) engage in “good faith” negotiations over the retransmission consent necessary for the MVPD to rebroadcast the signal of a broadcast television station, triggering numerous questions throughout the industry (and among financial analysts who follow the television industry) as to what that release meant.
On 29 September, the District Court of Cologne became the third court in Germany to issue a decision in relation to the trilogy of actions launched by large publishers against adblocking software Adblock Plus.
The Federal Communications Commission (FCC or Commission) is slated to consider adoption of a Notice of Proposed Rulemaking (NPRM) exploring increased use of spectrum bands above 24 GHz, including for mobile broadband, at its next Open Meeting on October 22.
A lot of new products use the buzzwords “wireless connectivity.” In old-fashioned English, they have radio transmitters. This means they must go through an FCC approval process before they can be sold to the public.
A new app expected to launch in November is generating a lot of mostly negative buzz following a recent story published in The Washington Post.
Chances are, if you are reading this, you use FaceBook, Twitter, LinkedIn, Instagram, SnapChat or other social media platforms.
We frequently help clients figure out how to deal with laws that are outdated, so it’s nice to see when one of those laws gets updated to reflect current technology.
Ninth Circuit Holds NCAA Subject to Antitrust Scrutiny, but Vacates Injunction Allowing Up to $5,000 Per Year Deferred Compensation to College Athletes
The U.S. Ninth Circuit Court of Appeals has affirmed in part and reversed in part District Court Judge Claudia Wilken’s August 2014 decision in the O’Bannon v. NCAA. No. 14-16601 (9th Cir. Sept. 30, 2015).