Viacom has decided to let new episodes of "The Daily Show with Jon Stewart" and "The Colbert Report" be shown on its websites, easing a blockade of online viewings that it imposed in a fee dispute with DirecTV.
AT&T is facing off against a number of regional providers over proposals to establish interoperability in the lower 700 MHz band.
U.S. Cellular is buying seven lower 700 MHz A-block licenses from CenturyLink subsidiary Actel for an undisclosed sum.
Programmers are profiting at the expense of distributors, and in the middle of it all, consumers are the ones paying the price.
The federal antitrust regulator is said to be delaying approval of the spectrum purchase because of concerns that side deals to cross-sell each other's products amount to a non-compete agreement.
Canada's Supreme Court ruled that songwriters and music publishers are not entitled to royalties for song and video game downloads.
The judge said the case probably would have been decided in favor of the broadcasters were it not for the case challenging Cablevision's RS-DVR system.
Viacom shut off access to full-length episodes on its own websites such as MTV.com and ComedyCentral.com to all visitors, even those who have no stake in the dispute.
West Virginia bought more than 1,000 expensive Internet routers from Cisco with federal stimulus funds.
Verizon Wireless is telling the FCC that its agreement to swap spectrum with T-Mobile USA makes its purchase of AWS spectrum even better for consumers.
Dish Network's plan to use a large swath of satellite spectrum for a wireless network could get a final decision from federal regulators.
DirecTV subscribers are losing access to "The Daily Show" and "SpongeBob SquarePants."
House Democrats are pressuring federal regulators for the second time in a month about Verizon Wireless' marketing deals with those cable operators from which it has proposed buying AWS spectrum.
Wireless operators are under increasing pressure to hand over private information about their subscribers to law enforcement agencies, raising concerns about consumer privacy.
The day that was supposed to see thousands of people knocked off the Internet arrived, but only a few people were affected.
The FCC has denied a request to delay its review of Verizon Wireless' AWS spectrum purchase for the third time since the proceeding got underway.
The broadband stimulus winner selects Adtran's broad portfolio of carrier access and enterprise solutions.
For the good of innovation everywhere, the International Telecommunications Union called for the "high-level roundtable discussion between standards organizations, key industry players and government officials.”
The U.S. military hopes to install a $40 million underwater fiber-optic cable that could improve communications at Guantanamo Bay.
Public Knowledge and the Rural Telecommunications Group (RTG) want the FCC to delay its review of Verizon's AWS acquisition for the third time.
Verizon Wireless is working to refute Sprint's claims that its $3.9 billion purchase of AWS spectrum and marketing deals with a group of cable providers will reduce competition and raise prices for backhaul.
Despite repeated alerts, tens of thousands of Americans may still lose their Internet service unless they do a quick check of their computers for malware.
C Spire Wireless' first round of LTE equipment won't support its 700 MHz spectrum, network vendor Alcatel-Lucent said.
Verizon and MetroPCS have laid out their argument against the FCC's net neutrality regulations in a brief.
Cable operators’ rollout of DOCSIS 3.0-based data services and digitization efforts in developing economies were cited as key drivers.