FCC Chairman Frames His Plan For Internet As Boon For PrivacyThe future of the Internet looks a lot like it did before 2015 -- in the eyes of the new boss at the Federal Communications Commission.
FCC Chairman Aims To Keep Cellphone Calls Banned On FlightsSince 2013, the FCC has been considering allowing airline passengers to make phone calls in mid-flight. Now, it appears that plan has been quashed.
FCC Moves To Crack Down On Scam RobocallsIf there's one thing Americans can still agree on, it's that robocalls are a nuisance. Now a government agency is taking action.
Pennsylvania To FCC: Keep Broadband Internet Cash In StatePennsylvania is staking its claim to more than $23 million in federal funding that Verizon turned down to expand high-speed internet service to rural customers in the state.
Comcast Hit With FCC's Biggest Cable Fine EverIts offense: Charging customers for services and equipment they didn't ask for.
On Radio And TV Wednesday Afternoon, It's A Test -- It's Only A Test If you're listening to the radio or watching TV at 2:20 p.m. on Wednesday, September 28th, you should witness a test of the national Emergency Alert System.
FCC Wants To Make It Harder For ISP's To Share Your DataOn Thursday, FCC chairman Tom Wheeler laid out a new proposal to regulate companies such as Comcast, Verizon, and AT&T.
FCC To Consider Mandating TV Set-Top Box CompetitionA vote by the Federal Communications Commission on Thursday in favor of the plan would open the matter for public discussion and rules mandating open standards for the technology.
Seeking Spectrum, FCC Tries To Entice TV Stations To Go DarkThe government plans to buy back spectrum from TV stations early next year.
Economist Chris Butler: The Comcast Merger Cancellation Might Be A Good ThingEconomist Chris Butler, of Butler Lans & Wagler, told Talk Radio 1210 WPHT that if he was the chairman and CEO of Comcast, he would “not be that disappointed” by the cancellation of the merger between Comcast and Time Warner.
Zeoli Show Log 2.27.15Rich broadcasts from the Conservative Political Action Conference in Washington DC and talks with former Speaker of the House Newt Gingrich, Amber Smith from Concerned Veterans for America, Arthur Brooks from the American Enterprise Institute, Carolyn Bolton from American Majority, and Grover Norquist from Americans for Tax Reform.
Senator Jim DeMint Speaks Out Against Net NeutralityChris Stigall talked to former Senator and current President of the Heritage Foundation, Jim DeMint, on Talk Radio 1210 WPHT from the Conservative Political Action Conference in Washington DC.