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FCC's Clyburn comes out for strict net neutrality rules for wireless

The roiling debate over net neutrality rules got another jolt Wednesday when two of the FCC's Democratic commissioners pushed for strong net neutrality regulations, and one indicated that strict net neutrality rules should apply to wireless as well as wireline networks. Meanwhile, the CTIA and wireless carriers continued to push back against the notion that the regulations should cover mobile technologies.

Comcast, TWC back off funding dinner for FCC's Clyburn

Comcast wants to keep everything out of the shadows, so it's pulling its reported $110,000 support for a function honoring FCC Commissioner Mignon Clyburn while she and the agency are in the process of reviewing Comcast's $45.2 billion takeover of Time Warner Cable.

Comcast-TWC critics look askance at $130K fete for FCC's Clyburn

Even as the FCC and other regulatory bodies continue to review Comcast's $45.2 billion bid to take over Time Warner Cable, the two companies plan to spend more than $130,000 on a dinner honoring FCC Commissioner Mignon Clyburn, multiple reports say.

FCC to examine whether new net neutrality rules should apply to wireless

WASHINGTON--The FCC voted to approve draft net neutrality rules that would re-examine whether to treat wireless networks differently from wired broadband networks as the commission seeks to craft new rules that would ensure consumers get equal access to all Internet content.

FCC's latest proposal for 3.5 GHz band includes auctioned licenses

As expected, the FCC issued updated proposals regarding a three-tiered access and spectrum-sharing model for the 3.5 GHz band, with a flexible approach now being proposed for the priority access tier that could include auctioned licenses under certain conditions.

Poor Americans more likely to live in mobile-only homes, survey says

Poor Americans are driving the mobile-only trend, according to a survey by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention.

Senate confirms Wheeler, O'Rielly to FCC posts

The Senate on late Tuesday unanimously confirmed Tom Wheeler to be the next FCC chairman and also unanimously confirmed Michael O'Rielly, a staffer for Sen. John Cornyn (R-Texas), as one of the two Republican commissioners on the five-member panel.

AT&T, Dish, CCA cheer FCC's official stamp on 700 MHz interoperability deal

The FCC approved an order to implement a 700 MHz interoperability solution that will eventually give smaller carriers access to the same 700 MHz LTE devices AT&T now uses.

Sen. Cruz blocks Wheeler's FCC nomination

Sen. Ted Cruz (R.-Texas) has formally placed a hold on Tom Wheeler's nomination to become the next chairman of the FCC, pushing back even further a final confirmation vote.

CCA members celebrate 700 MHz interoperability, plot next policy priorities

CCA members are now turning their attention to the next big policy issues that they must battle. First among them is the upcoming 600 MHz broadcast incentive auction, which is viewed by many as one of the few opportunities in the foreseeable future for operators to actually secure a significant amount of spectrum below 1 GHz.