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WFAS no longer on your standard AM radio

Station owner Cumulus has converted WFAS-AM into AM1230Digital and is transmitting a digital signal that can only be heard on digital AM receivers.

Charter Communications to bring high-speed broadband for 1M unserved locations

The initiative will span 24 states and create a 15% increase in the company's network mileage coverage.

New NY law helps consumers hang up on telemarketers

Businesses that use telemarketing as part of their sales activities will have another state law with which they need to comply. Gov. Andrew M. Cuomo...

CT and NY attorneys general unhappy with appeals court ruling on...

FCC Commissioner Ajit Pai called the court decision a "big victory for consumers."

Owners see perils for small business in net neutrality reversal

On Dec. 14, 2017, the Federal Communications Commission voted 3-2 along party lines to roll back the 2015 net neutrality rules that were put in place by a 3-2 party line vote.

Bob Duff to propose net neutrality bill for 2018 Connecticut legislative...

The lawmaker acknowledged that while net neutrality is a federal issue, his bill would seek to mitigate the potential consequences of the FCC’s policy shift at a state level.

U.S. Sens. Blumenthal and Murphy slam FCC on net neutrality repeal

U.S. Se. Richard Blumenthal added that FCC Chairman Ajit Pai rallied to repeal the net neutrality rules “in the face of overwhelming opposition.”

Frontier receives $71.9 million grant for rural broadband installation

Frontier Communications received a $71.9 million grant from the Federal Communications Commission to accelerate their broadband Internet installations across rural America.