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  FCC to start assessing fees on DBS duo  
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  Altice setting its sights on TWC  
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  Wave raises cash for network expansion  
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  Google’s Project Fi won’t fully roll out until mid-summer  
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  Ending NSA snooping is up to the Senate now  

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FCC to start assessing fees on DBS duo

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The FCC has decided to start assessing fees on direct broadcast satellite companies for the first time. The Commission is also seeking comment on whether and how to revise the way it currently assesses fees on radio and TV broadcasters.


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Altice setting its sights on TWC

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Neither company has confirmed they are negotiating, but there’s more than just tea leaves being read here. The French company is talking to banks about raising funds, according to Reuters, and Altice controlling shareholder Patrick Drahi visited TWC CEO Rob Marcus yesterday, according to The Wall Street Journal.


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Wave raises cash for network expansion

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Wave has raised an additional $130 million through a bond sale. The company said it intends to use the proceeds to expand its gigabit Ethernet fiber network into new markets, as well as to support various business services such as co-location facilities and voice solutions.


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Google’s Project Fi won’t fully roll out until mid-summer

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Google said that given the number of requests it’s received it will take until mid-summer to get all the invites out. But Google said that in the coming weeks it will have a way for consumers to check on the status of their invites.


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Ending NSA snooping is up to the Senate now

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The House has left town, having passed a bill to end the NSA's collection of domestic phone metadata. The fate of the NSA's bulk collection of American phone records is now before the Senate, in what is increasingly looking like a game of legislative chicken.

 

 


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