Opposition to FCC Chairman Wheeler’s Set-Top Box Plan Grows:

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE February 4, 2016 Contact: Press@FutureOfTV.com (202) 748-5353   Opposition to FCC Chairman Wheeler’s Set-Top Box Plan Grows: 14 Latino Organizations Join the Future of TV Coalition  (Washington, D.C.) –Fourteen leading Latino advocacy organizations, television networks, and content producers announced today that they...

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Smart Cities, Smart Policies and the Latino Community

By Rosa Mendoza, HTTP Executive Director Everything is smart, from our appliances and phones to our cars. New cars can park themselves and sense cars and pedestrians to avoid accidents. New tablets respond to the pressure of the user’s touch and our phones can share...

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Time to call the FCC’s bluff on Title II

By Rosa Mendoza, HTTP Executive Director As tomorrow’s Congressional hearing on several communications bills gets underway, there’s something important to remember about Chairman Wheeler’s 2014 written statement regarding the FCC’s reclassification of the Internet under Title II. Despite his seemingly clear-cut sentiment denying regulatory intent,...

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Set-top Box Rules May Hinder Minority Programmers

By Rosa Mendoza, Hispanic Technology & Telecommunications Partnership, Executive Director Earlier this week, all five FCC commissioners appeared at a hearing held by the House Energy and Commerce Subcommittee on Communications and Technology, giving Congress an opportunity to examine whether the FCC’s recent actions best...

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5G Networks: The Next Generation of Wireless

By Meredith Attwell Baker, CTIA Imagine a future where nearly everything in the physical world is connected to ubiquitous, ultra high-speed wireless networks. Imagine cars that safely drive themselves, doctors that monitor patients’ vital signs remotely in real-time and communities that are smarter and more...

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The War on Infrastructure Investment

By: Bob Quinn, AT&T   UPDATE: November 4, 2015 at 11: 55 – FCC Chairman Wheeler’s Special Counsel contacted us this morning to object to the use of the word “exhort” in characterizing the Light Reading article which described her remarks at the Incompas conference...

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