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Federal Communications Commission (FCC) is an independent United States agency that regulates interstate and international communications by radio, television, wire, satellite, and cable. The institution is based in Washington, District of Columbia with additional offices in Illinois, Missouri, California, Michigan, and New York.
445 12th Street S.W.
Washington, DC 20554
Key Executives for Federal Communications Commission
Acting General Counsel and Interim Director of Technology Transitions Policy Task Force
Head of The Office of Media Relations and Communications Director
Senior Deputy Chief of Media Bureau
Compensation as of Fiscal Year 2014.
Federal Communications Commission Key Developments
The Federal Communications Commission Appoints Alison Neplokh to Serve as Deputy Chief Technologist
Apr 16 15
The Federal Communications Commission announced that Alison Neplokh will serve as Deputy Chief Technologist. As Deputy Chief Technologist, Ms. Neplokh will work on complex and cross-cutting technical issues, and will be based in the Office of Strategic Planning and Policy Analysis. She will continue in her role as Chief Engineer with the Media Bureau and her leadership role in managing the Downloadable Security Technology Advisory Committee. Prior to joining the Commission, Ms. Neplokh worked as a Software Engineer with Ericsson, and as a Research Systems Programmer at Carnegie Mellon University.
US Internet Service Providers Expects to Take the Lead in Suing the Federal Communications Commission
Mar 19 15
US Internet service providers are expected to take the lead in suing the Federal Communications Commission (FCC) over its new Web traffic regulations, according to several people familiar with the plan. US telecom and cable firms have said they would challenge the FCC's latest 'net neutrality' rules in court. Some companies, including Verizon, are not planning to bring individual lawsuits and instead aim to participate through trade groups. Such an approach would allow companies to streamline their litigation efforts and could help firms avoid drawing any fire individually, as Verizon did after it challenged the previous version of net neutrality rules on its own in 2010. At least three trade groups are expected to file legal challenges: CTIA-The Wireless Association, the National Cable and Telecommunications Association, and broadband association USTelecom. The three trade groups declined to comment.
Federal Communications Commission Presents at 2nd Annual Media, Finance and Investor Conference, Apr-12-2015
Mar 4 15
Federal Communications Commission Presents at 2nd Annual Media, Finance and Investor Conference, Apr-12-2015 . Venue: Wynn Hotel, Las Vegas, Nevada, United States.
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