FCC Chairman Ajit Pai will offer remarks at the NAB: We Are Broadcasters Celebration.
One-to-many broadcast of IP packets can play an important role in accelerating 5G network deployment.
FCC Commissioner says individuals who use the public airwaves must play by the rules.
Station and Michigan State to launch Next Gen TV station
Next Gen TV standard will create many new stakeholders to help keep wireless companies and their allies in government at bay
Commissioner uses visit to Phoenix ATSC Model Market to defend recent actions
FCC commissioner touches on policy, process reforms and Kid Vid at AEI function
FCC Commissioner Michael O’Rielly recently spoke at the 2017 Wireless Infrastructure Show and one area in particular drew the praise of the National Association of Tower Erectors.
FCC Commissioner Michael O’Rielly thinks thousands of tower owners in the United States were caught up unintentionally in a rule change recently made by Congress.
With the seats at the Federal Communications Commission poised to flip to a Republican majority in 2017, FCC Commissioner Michael O’Rielly laid clear his suggestions to create a pro-growth, pro-innovation FCC “firmly grounded in free-market principles,” he said.
Over the last year, Commissioner Michael O’Rielly has been vocal about his concerns with the Federal Communication Commission leadership and processes—touching via his blog on issues as disparate as reforming the FCC budget process and limiting censure of commissioner viewpoints—and recently turned his thoughts to improving the way the commission handles what are known as circulation items.
Broadcasters, Michael O’Rielly is concerned for your safety and security; and he’s speaking up about it.