Reauthorization of the satellite bill expiring at the end of ’14 is expected to end up fairly clean, House Communications subcmte head Greg Walden (R-OR) said on C-SPAN’s “The Communicators,” which airs Sat and Mon. No specifics yet on the much-anticipated Satellite Television Extension and Localism Act (STELA), but Walden said he’ll “continue down a very methodical path” to tackle “one thing at a time, and not have all of these other things hooked on.” Here’s more from Walden on retrains reform, Aereo and FCC chmn candidate Tom Wheeler.

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A recent court ruling on a cell tower case (Arlington v. FCC) supports the FCC’s defense in the net neutrality case, the agency said in a court filing Thurs.

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Cal Dems Applaud Newsom Broadband Plan

House Democrats representing California expressed support Friday for Governor Gavin Newsom ’s proposal to invest $7 million in federal and state surplus funds over the next three years in broadband

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