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By kcaa radio
If the FCC had created a list of ways to destroy the AM broadcasting service, it would have included everything they have done since Mark Fowler become Chairman of The FCC under President Ronald Reagan.
By UC Berkeley Center for Family and Community Health
The Department of Interior charges that the FCC standards for cell phone radiation are outmoded and no longer applicable as they do not adequately protect wildlife.
By Public Interest Law Professor John Banzhaf
Two influential members of Congress have threatened the tax-exempt status of the National Football League [NFL] over a "racial slur," a step which provides even more ammunition to a growing movement to revoke that privileged status
By John Palmer Art
Each year, Artist John Ross Palmer travels to a new international destination to create a prized, historic and celebrated art series. The journey is underwritten by a prestigious group of art patrons known as the First Class Club.
By Public Interest Law Professor John Banzhaf
Dramatic Ruling Could Lead to Ban of On-Air Use of "Redskins" by Broadcasters, as Well as Loss of Trademarks by NFL Team
By UC Berkeley Center for Family and Community Health
Research published last year established greater health risks from exposure to cell phone radiation. Major governmental reports were released, and policies were adopted in Europe and India to reduce risks from cell phone radiation exposure.
By Public Interest Law Professor John Banzhaf
Mental Condition Called Cognitive Dissonance Could Explain Moral Blindness
By Sennheiser
Pending Spectrum Auction Jeopardizes Future Use of Wireless Microphones Operating in the 600 MHz Range, Unfairly Forcing Content Creators to Reinvest Again in Wireless Equipment
By UC Berkeley Center for Family and Community Health
The FCC received 900 submissions regarding its cell phone radiation regulations. These documents reveal what we know about wireless radiation health effects, and why we need to strengthen regulations and provide precautionary warnings to the public.
By Professor John Banzhaf, GWU Law School
In a page 1 article this morning, the Washington Post declared that the strategy of using federal broadcasting law to pressure team owner Dan Snyder to give up the "Redskins” name is "potentially more significant than any lawsuit or legislation."
By digitalundivided
Presidential appointed Chairwoman joins distinguished lineup of featured speakers at the world’s most diverse tech conference
By UC Berkeley Center for Family and Community Health
Grassroots Environmental Education has launched a web site to help scientists, medical and public health professionals, and technical and policy experts submit comments and peer-reviewed publications to the FCC by September 3.
By UC Berkeley Center for Family and Community Health
A wireless industry publication alleged that Mr. Wheeler suppressed and biased the research from the nation’s largest mobile phone health research project.
By Public Interest Law Professor John Banzhaf
A dozen former FCC officials have attacked the use of the term "redskins," which has repeatedly been held derogatory and racist, by threatening to challenge the license renewal of broadcast stations which unnecessarily use the term on the...
By Funk Electronic Piciorgros GmbH
TMO-100 and DVI-100 approved in the US and Canada by FCC and Industry Canada
By UC Berkeley Center for Family and Community Health
Comments on the 2012 GAO Report: “Exposure and Testing Requirements for Mobile Phones Should Be Reassessed” Joel M. Moskowitz, Ph.D.
By UC Berkeley Center for Family and Community Health
Should we allow airlines to adopt wi-fi and cellular systems on airplanes? Given the latest health research and our outmoded FCC wireless regulations, is this safe for humans, especially for pregnant women and children?
By Pharad, LLC
FCC allows the use of TETRA technology. Pharad offers several wearable antennas that are optimized for TETRA applications.
By Public Interest Law Professor John Banzhaf
In the manner of Dickens’ "Bleak House," attorneys have just filed still more papers in a legal action originally brought by American Indians 20 years ago seeking to cancel several trademarks based on the term "redskins" which they consider racist
Wireless Industry Consolidation and Cross-Industry Collusion: As cable giant Comcast agrees to settle antitrust charges with the FCC, Verizon exploits T-Mobile's desperation for spectrum and garners applause from FCC, according to an report
By Epic Touch Co.
Grassroots telecommunications leaders-saying USF reform will bring national devastation–took no encouragements from FCC Chairman Julius Genachowski’s comments before the Appropriations Financial Services Subcommittee Hearing.
By Latinos in Info Sciences & Technology Association
LISTA announced today that Latina Style's Robert Bard & LISTA’s NYPres, Robert Abreu will Co-Chair the LISTA 6th Annual Emerging Technology Leadership Summit & National Latino Technology Achievers Award. Follow #techlatino247
By American Cable Association
Continued Extension By Federal Communications Commission Needed More Now for Small Operators, Trade Group Says
By American Cable Association
ACA President & CEO Matthew M. Polka issued the following statement on the FCC’s Notice of Proposed Rulemaking (NPRM) initiating a review of the exclusive contract prohibition and other restrictions contained within the cable program access rules:
By American Cable Association
Kate Adams of James Cable, John Conrad of Liberty Cablevision and Dave Keefe of Atlantic Broadband Expand ACA Board's Executive Experience and Leadership Diversity
By American Cable Association
On Office Visits To FCC, Capitol Hill, American Cable Association Members Seek Action On Retransmission Consent
By Public Interest Law Professor John Banzhaf
An anchor at WRC-TV has backed a law prof in suggesting that using "Redskins" as the team name is as racist as using the work "chink" in connection with the Jeremy Lin - a move which echos another made by a DC area broadcaster some 20 years ago
By Public Interest Law Professor John Banzhaf
The use of words insulting to Chinese, Muslims, Blacks and other groups are swiftly punished, but the unnecessary use of the R-word ["redskins'] by broadcasters is venerated, and could lead to the loss of a broadcasting license
By American Cable Association
American Cable Association Says Federal Communications Commission Needs To Focus Broadband Support On Unserved Areas To Prevent Wasteful Spending
By American Cable Association
FCC Leader, Broadband Champion And Supporter Of Small Business To Discuss His Public Policy Agenda For The Nation

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