The Federal Communications Commission voted ahead of today's meeting to eliminate the hard-copy requirement for cable operators and broadcasters. While those groups are still required to know the FCC's rules, they are no longer required to keep paper copies on hand.
CenturyLink plans to shut down its Stream vMVPD service on March 31. The service launched in beta in June.
DISH has announced that it will spend up to $1 billion in the first phase of deploying narrowband IoT. The company's wireless buildout will reach at least 70% of its licensed territory by the federal deadline of March 2020.
NBC's livestreaming video of the Olympic Games brought in 11.6 million unique viewers in the first five days, up from 4.3 million during the same period of the 2014 Winter Olympics. Over 1.31 billion minutes have been streamed during the period, more than three times the amount streamed during the entire 2014 Games in Sochi, Russia.
The Federal Communications Commission on Thursday will publish an order to roll back net neutrality regulations, a source says. Congress would have 60 days to reverse the decision by passing a resolution.
AT&T's request to access communications records from the White House and the Department of Justice has been denied by the federal judge presiding over an antitrust lawsuit. "Defendants have fallen far short of establishing that this enforcement action was selective," Judge Richard Leon wrote in his ruling.
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