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  1. Go Big Give A Success AgainRead the original story w/Photo

    4 hrs ago | KLIQ-FM Hastings

    As per Federal Communications Commission Regulations following is certified: Platte River Radio Inc. does not discriminate in the sale of commercial time, and will not accept advertising which, in its sole opinion, is purchased with intent to discriminate unlawfully on the basis of race, gender, or ethnicity. The advertiser hereby certifies that its purchase of commercial time is not made for an unlawful discriminatory purpose, including specifically that it is not based upon a decision to place advertising on a station on the basis of race, gender, or ethnicity.

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  2. Go Big Give A Success AgainRead the original story w/Photo

    5 hrs ago | KLIQ-FM Hastings

    As per Federal Communications Commission Regulations following is certified: Platte River Radio Inc. does not discriminate in the sale of commercial time, and will not accept advertising which, in its sole opinion, is purchased with intent to discriminate unlawfully on the basis of race, gender, or ethnicity. The advertiser hereby certifies that its purchase of commercial time is not made for an unlawful discriminatory purpose, including specifically that it is not based upon a decision to place advertising on a station on the basis of race, gender, or ethnicity.

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  3. El Dorado to sell KVEC to American General MediaRead the original story w/Photo

    5 hrs ago | Cal Coast News

    KVEC news talk radio, the oldest radio station on the Central Coast, announced earlier today that El Dorado Broadcasters reached an agreement to sell KVEC to American General Media. Under broadcasting regulations, the public will now have 60 days to comment about the proposed sale to the Federal Communications Commission.

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  4. FCC Releases Bidding Guide for Reverse AuctionRead the original story w/Photo

    10 hrs ago | TV Technology

    The Federal Communications Commission has released the "Incentive Auction Reverse Auction Bidding System User Guide." The 67-page document details the process for using its auction software platform, which spit out a clearing target of 126 MHz last week based on how many TV stations will go on the auction block.

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  5. Wireless Device Testing: How to Cut Time and CostRead the original story w/Photo

    6 hrs ago | Medical Device/Diagnostic Ind.

    Radiofrequency wireless devices must undergo rigorous testing and certification, but there are things manufacturers can do to make the process go smoothly. Every radiofrequency wireless device, no matter what its function, must undergo a rigorous testing and certification process to ensure it meets guidelines set by FDA, the Federal Communications Commission , and international governing bodies such as the EU.

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  6. Get Ready! FCC 600MHz Auction Bidding Starts May 31Read the original story w/Photo

    7 hrs ago | Light Reading

    The Federal Communications Commission says that TV broadcasters have agreed to clear 126MHz of the low-band airwaves to auction to wireless providers, starting on May 31. "The 126 MHz initial clearing target ensures that wireless carriers and other forward auction bidders have their chance to compete for the maximum amount of lowband 'beachfront' spectrum," says FCC chairman in a statement. The massive amount of paired spectrum available in the 600MHz auction means that it could dwarf even the hugely valuable AWS-3 spectrum, which earned $45 billion in 2015.

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  7. Video Game Hall of Fame Class of 2016Read the original story w/Photo

    8 hrs ago | WKTU-FM Jersey City

    ... to speak to a few more.' When his pirate radio station was pulled off the air by the Federal Communications Commission he Immediately landed his first job in commercial radio in his hometown of Reno, Nevada. In 1990 New Line Cinema released a motion ...

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  8. 5-cent charge for plastic bags?Read the original story w/Photo

    8 hrs ago | WKTU-FM Jersey City

    ... to speak to a few more.' When his pirate radio station was pulled off the air by the Federal Communications Commission he Immediately landed his first job in commercial radio in his hometown of Reno, Nevada. In 1990 New Line Cinema released a motion ...

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  9. Why didn't I get an Amber Alert on my phone?Read the original story w/Photo

    9 hrs ago | WTOP-FM Washington

    Now that 3-year-old Zion Williams has been returned safely to his grandmother after allegedly being abducted, some have wondered why they didn't receive an Amber Alert on their smartphone. Since 2013, Amber Alerts have been automatically sent to all cellphones through a partnership between the law enforcement agencies, the wireless industry, the Federal Communications Commission and Federal Emergency Management Agency.

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  10. Senate To Grill FCC And FTC On Br...Read the original story w/Photo

    9 hrs ago | MediaPost

    Lawmakers on the Senate Judiciary Committee plan to examine proposed new privacy rules that would limit Internet service providers' ability to use subscribers' Web-surfing history for ad purposes.The subcommittee on Privacy, Technology and the Law will hold a hearing on the matter next Wednesday afternoon. Federal Communications Commission Chairman Tom Wheeler and Commissioner Ajit Pai are expected to testify, as are Federal Trade Commission Chairwoman Edith Ramirez and Commissioner Maureen Ohlhausen.

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  11. Dish Is Said to Be Target of Negative Kerrisdale ReportRead the original story

    9 hrs ago | Bloomberg

    ... last month and is barred from making certain public comments during its participation in a Federal Communications Commission airwave auction. "We understand Kerrisdale is shopping a negative report on Dish and may be shorting our stock in an attempt ...

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  12. How The FCC's Proposed Special Access Market Changes Could Impact PartnersRead the original story w/Photo

    9 hrs ago | CRN

    The Federal Communications Commission is leaning toward taking a technology-neutral regulatory stance on special access services in a move that if adopted could inject more competition into areas historically controlled by the incumbent carriers. Special access services are private lines used by organizations such as banks, hospitals and other businesses.

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  13. Auto makers, safety advocates tell White House not to open vehicles' wireless spectrumRead the original story w/Photo

    9 hrs ago | Trucker

    ... the "dangerously congested" wireless space, a story by Melanie Zanona stated. In 1999, the Federal Communications Commission set aside 75 megahertz of the band in order to help fulfill the Department of Transportation's Intelligent Transportation ...

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  14. Verizon Refuses to Fix Customer Lines, Forcing Consumers to Take Fiber or Lose ServiceRead the original story w/Photo

    10 hrs ago | Communications Workers of America

    A complaint filed this week at the Federal Communications Commission charges Verizon Communications with systematically deceiving customers, refusing to fix the phone lines of customers on its traditional copper network, and forcing them to switch to the company's fiber network or lose all service. This practice is driven by an internal Verizon policy called "Fiber Is the Only Fix," according to the complaint, which was filed by public-interest groups, including CWA, Common Cause and Public Knowledge.

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  15. FCC Republican votes against Charter-Time Warner cable mergerRead the original story w/Photo

    10 hrs ago | The Hill

    The senior Republican on the Federal Communications Commission voted Thursday against approving Charter Communication's purchase of Time Warner Cable, citing conditions placed on the merger by agency Chairman Tom Wheeler. "Chairman Wheeler's order isn't about competition, competition, competition; it's about regulation, regulation, regulation," the spokesperson added.

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  16. The Koch Brothers Don't Want Government Cronyism - " Google DoesRead the original story w/Photo

    10 hrs ago | The Heartland Institute

    ... is getting whatever they want out of Obama's government. Behold the Administration's Federal Communications Commission (FCC): How New (FCC) Internet Privacy Rules Could Backfire : "'The plan could play a meaningful role in cementing monopoly market ...

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  17. Read Full ArticleRead the original story w/Photo

    10 hrs ago | WKTU-FM Jersey City

    ... to speak to a few more.' When his pirate radio station was pulled off the air by the Federal Communications Commission he Immediately landed his first job in commercial radio in his hometown of Reno, Nevada. In 1990 New Line Cinema released a motion ...

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  18. FCC downplays debt, greenlights Cablevision sale to AlticeRead the original story w/Photo

    11 hrs ago | Long Island Business News

    Despite critics' contentions that increasing debt could lead to higher costs for local consumers, the Federal Communications Commission approved the acquisition as in the public interest. The FCC on May 3 in its decision concluded "the transaction is unlikely to result in any significant public interest harms," despite contentions by the Communications Workers of America that high debt could hobble the firm, potentially leading to lay-offs and cuts.

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  19. Arrest Made in Adams County Home InvasionRead the original story

    11 hrs ago | KLIQ-FM Hastings

    ... encouraged the group to leave in a hurry. Meyer is charged with felony robbery. As per Federal Communications Commission Regulations following is certified: Platte River Radio Inc. does not discriminate in the sale of commercial time, and will not ...

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  20. Charter-TWC Deal Said to Win Enough Votes to Clear U.S. FCCRead the original story

    11 hrs ago | The Washington Post

    Charter Communications Inc.'s purchase of Time Warner Cable Inc. has won approval from a majority at the Federal Communications Commission, a person familiar with the vote said. The development leaves assent from California as the final regulatory hurdle for the $55.1 billion deal.

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