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DOJ Claims Judge Erred With AT&T

The DOJ’s appeal of AT&T-Time Warner’s combination claims the DC Circuit judge erred in rejecting the government’s bargaining leverage theory.

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Push for Smaller Licensing

There was a push at Thursday’s MMTC Access to Capital and Telecom conference for the FCC to adopt rules for the upcoming 3.5 GHz auction that will be a compromise allowing for some smaller licensing than usual.

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Tribune Calls FCC Order Troubling

Sinclair may have withdrawn its divestiture plans for Dallas, Houston and Chicago, but the FCC said material questions remain, including potential misrepresentation.

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Effros: Pravda Commentary

Effros says the battle over "fake news" is not new, pointing to Pravda, the 106 year-old broadsheet newspaper of the Communist Party in Russia.

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Charter in Compliance with FCC Requirements

While NY State has accused Charter of being in violation of its buildout requirements, the FCC’s independent compliance officer said this week that the company appears in compliance with the Commission’s build-out and data cap conditions that are part of the Time Warner Cable and Bright House merger order.

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Sinclair Switches Up Station Divestitures, Critics Aren’t Having It

Sinclair’s latest attempt to adjust its station divestitures post-Tribune to appease the FCC hasn’t calmed down everyone.

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FCC Sets Deadline for T-Mobile/Sprint

The FCC has set Aug 27 as the deadline for petitions to deny T-Mobile’s $26.5bln deal to acquire Sprint.

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Survey Says Consumers Find Fixed and Mobile Broadband the Same

The Internet Innovation Alliance, which counts AT&T, Ciena and Corning as members, released a survey Tuesday that it says consumers find fixed and mobile broadband service essentially the same. Almost as
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