President Trump has indicated that he will nominate Brendan Carr, a longtime aide to FCC Chairman Ajit Pai, to fill the open Republican commissioner seat at the FCC.
After making its debut in New York, Los Angeles, San Francisco/Bay Area, Chicago and Philadelphia back in April, YouTube TV is ready to expand to 10 more markets in the coming weeks.
The Radio Television Digital News Association has announced the winners of the 2017 national Edward R. Murrow Awards.
In an effort to make Facebook more accessible to those with disabilities, the social media network has added closed captioning capabilities to its Facebook Live broadcasts.
A select group of Verizon employees and customers are getting a sneak peek into the possible future of Verizon Fios, as the company confirmed that it is currently testing “new advanced TV features.”
Catch up with the nearly 300 products that were nominated for NewBay Media’s 2017 NAB Show Best of Show Awards with the recently released 2017 Best of Show Program Guide.
It’s in the books, the FCC will take some time at the end of June to discuss the ATSC 3.0 transmission standard with stakeholders.
Ericsson, in partnership with Intel and Verizon, took to the track during the Indianapolis 500 to test some 5G network and virtual reality technology.
The White House’s proposed budget could very well bring some cuts to the FCC, financially and in terms of staff.
Groups serving the deaf and hard-of-hearing community want to make sure that closed captioning requirements carry over to voluntary ATSC 3.0 roll outs.
After missing its first quarter numbers and lowering guidance for the current quarter, Harmonic shares took an 11 percent tumble on Tuesday morning.
The Corporation for Public Broadcasting and the National Endowment for the Arts will live to fight another day.
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