- Ball State weighs putting TV frequency up for auction Updated: Nov-21-15 10:26 am
MUNCIE, Indiana - Ball State University officials are considering whether to take part in a federal auction of broadcast frequencies that could lead to its public television station going off the air.
- Former EU ambassador, FCC chief speaks in Charleston Updated: Nov-19-15 4:02 am
- FCC drops robo-marketing claims against First National Bank Updated: Nov-18-15 11:24 am
PITTSBURGH - The Federal Communications Commission has a dropped a citation accusing Pittsburgh-based First National Bank of using illegal robo-marketing practices.
- Michigan revising rates for inmate calls after FCC decision Updated: Nov-09-15 6:47 am
LANSING, Michigan - The Michigan Department of Corrections is revising rates for inmate phone calls after the Federal Communications Commission decided to reduce the cost of jail and prison phone calls.
- FCC probing US radio firm said to be backed by Chinese govt Updated: Nov-03-15 12:07 pm
WASHINGTON - Federal regulators are investigating a U.S. radio broadcasting company that is reportedly majority-owned by a unit of a Chinese government broadcaster.
- FCC to fine firm for blocking hotspots at Baltimore venue Updated: Nov-02-15 6:02 pm
BALTIMORE - The Federal Communications Commission has proposed a $718,000 fine against a Wi-Fi provider that blocked personal hotspots at the Baltimore Convention Center.
- Rates for Oklahoma inmate phone calls lowered by 40 percent Updated: Nov-02-15 11:02 am
OKLAHOMA CITY, Oklahoma - The Federal Communications Commission has changed inmate phone call rates, lowering the cost of keeping in touch for the loved ones of inmates serving time in Oklahoma's prisons and jails.
- FCC reduces cost of phone calls to inmates in Washington Updated: Oct-25-15 10:01 am
SEATTLE - The Federal Communications Commission announced this week it has put a limit on how much phone companies can charge for phone calls to prison inmates in Washington state and elsewhere.