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PHOTOS: Out and About in Cable

Happy Summer! We wrapped up spring with NAB Las Vegas, TCM's 10th Annual Classic Film Fest and The Cable Center's annual Cable Hall of Fame

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USA’s Reruns Prompt FCC Request

USA Network wants the FCC Media Bureau to grant a limited waiver to rules that require a certain amount of video described programming during a calendar quarter.

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Report: DOJ Closer to Approving T-Mobile/Sprint

The NY Times reports that DOJ is closer to approving T-Mobile/Sprint, conditioned on the sale of Boost Mobile and spectrum.

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A Look at AT&T-Time Warner One Year Later

It’s been a year since AT&T and Time Warner tied the knot, and, well, a lot has happened.

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FCC Chair Readying Broadband Mapping Overhaul

FCC chairman Ajit Pai kicked off Wednesday’s Senate Commerce FCC oversight hearing with a bit of news—he’ll circulate a report and order in August on broadband mapping that will require ISPs to report where they actually offer service.

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Senate Dems Fail in Quest For Net Neutrality Vote

The one-year anniversary of the repeal of net neutrality arrived with a bang with three Democratic senators demanding that Senate majority leader Mitch McConnell (R-KY) bring the Save the Internet Act to the Senate floor for an immediate vote

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Ten State AGs Sue to Block Sprint Merger With T-Mobile

It’s still a mystery where the DOJ falls on whether T-Mobile and Sprint should merge, but we now know how at least 10 state attorneys general feel.

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C-Band Alliance Submits Auction Plans to FCC

The C-Band Alliance has submitted details to the FCC on its proposed design for the Commission’s C-Band spectrum auction.
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