The Federal Communications Commission on Tuesday approved new rules, known as net neutrality, for regulating how information and traffic flow on the Internet. Jeffrey Brown talks to Washington Post reporter Cecilia Kang for more.
A federal court has ruled in favor of Internet provider Comcast in a victory that raises questions about the Federal Communications Commission's power to regulate the Web. Jeffrey Brown gets two points of view on what it could mean for…
The Federal Communications Commission is presenting a new national broadband plan to Congress, aimed at encouraging companies to expand high-speed and wireless Internet access. Jeffery Brown talks to Julius Genachowski, chairman of the FCC.
Cable giant Comcast bought a majority stake in NBC Universal in a deal valued at approximately $30 billion. Jeffrey Browns talks to business journalists for more on the merger.
The Federal Communications Commission will push for rules banning discrimination and mandating transparency from broadband providers, trying to "be a smart cop on the beat preserving a free and open Internet."…
In other news, Manuel Zelaya, the deposed president of Honduras, announced Monday he has returned to the country, and AIG repaid the federal government $60 billion.
By PBS NewsHour
The country's transition to digital television is being postponed until June 12, following a vote in the House of Representatives that sends the bill to the White House, where President Barack Obama is expected to sign it.
By PBS NewsHour
The House voted against a bill Wednesday to delay the nation's switch to digital television, handing a defeat to President Barack Obama and congressional Democrats who voiced concern that consumers needed more time to prepare for the transition.
By Admin, PBS NewsHour
The Supreme Court on Tuesday takes up a dispute between the broadcast networks and Federal Communication Commission over the use of profanity during live television programs when children are likely part of the viewing audience.
On Monday, the Supreme Court opened its new term with a docket of wide-ranging cases on issues from broadcast indecency to environmental protection. Marcia Coyle of the National Law Journal explains what's on the agenda for this term and speculation…
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