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New Hearing Aid Compatibility Standards to Take Effect March 30

This week, the FCC announced that March 30 will be the effective date for amending hearing aid compatibility (HAC) rules. These rules, published in the Federal Register on March 6, were designed to allow those who are hard of hearing to have access to the national telecommunications network and to further implement the Twenty-First Century...… Continue Reading

Political Broadcasting Rules Q&A

With primaries in some states happening as soon as March, the 2018 election cycle is certain to be contentious and hard-fought. Now is the time for broadcasters to review their systems to ensure that they will be in compliance with the FCC’s political advertising requirements. Now that all broadcast stations are required to place political...… Continue Reading

Leading French TV Group Demonstrates the Lack of Value of its own Content

Once in a while in the business world you see something so unbelievably stupid that you know the moment it happens that it will be taught in business schools as a case study in fatal mistakes for decades to come. The post Leading French TV Group Demonstrates the Lack of Value of its own Content appeared first on diffraction analysis.

Broadcom Moves to Please US Government Also

Broadcom isn't giving up on its quest to acquire Qualcomm despite the new hurdles that have cropped up this week. It's no longer enough to win over Qualcomm shareholders, which they seem to have had a good shot at, but now they are facing skeptical regulators as well.... [visit site to read more]

Ciena Shows Some Q1 Strength

Ciena has posted its first quarter financials this morning, and they seem to have made the markets happy although. It's early yet, with the investor call and Q2 outlook still to come. ... [visit site to read more]

Int’l Bytes: Ericsson, Epsilon, DE-CIX, Airtel

Here's some interesting tidbits from EMEA worth noting:... [visit site to read more]

Startups and Innovations at MWC2018

This article was authored by Jouko Ahvenainen, and was originally posted on Startups have a complex role at MWC. The event wants to have startups and new innovations, but at the same time it is dominated by large corporations. 4YFN has been one solution to handle it and it has become more and more popular. […]

TPx Sends Its Fiber Uniti’s Way

Late last week there was an interesting transaction that slipped past my nets temporarily.  As Uniti Group announced its earnings, it also unveiled details of a sale-leaseback transaction with TelePacific, which is going by the less geographically specific moniker TPx nowadays.... [visit site to read more]

A series of new moves to expand Britain’s fibre network

There has been a wave of activity in recent months aimed at improving the UK’s fibre infrastructure. Vodafone announced in November that it is working with CityFibre to connect 1m homes to “full fibre” broadband, potentially rising to 5m by 2025 if successful. BT’s network division, Openreach, this month announced it is raising its full-fibre […]

Announcing a New Team Member to our CommLawBlog Team: Sekoia Rogers

Fletcher, Heald & Hildreth, PLC and the CommLawBlog team are thrilled to welcome Sekoia Rogers as the firm’s newest associate starting March 1, 2018. Ms. Rogers joined the firm in September 2017 as a legal fellow after receiving her law degree from American University Washington College of Law in May of 2017. In fact, you’ve...… Continue Reading

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