The COVID Crisis: FCC Votes To Open 6 GHz Wi-Fi Spectrum For Consumer Use

The Federal Communications Commission (FCC) voted unanimously on Thursday to provide consumers with unlicensed use of 6GHz Wi-Fi spectrum. Continue Reading →

The Merger Between Sprint And T-Mobile Is Finally Approved To Create Sprint-Mobile Is Here

With a number of T-Mobile and Sprint stores in Harlem were interested to hear the okay from the federal judge has given them a long-awaited blessing that will allow the merger of the two telecoms. Continue Reading →

FCC May Shut New York Out Of Broadband Funding Under Proposed Program

The Federal Communications Commission (FCC) may shut New York state out of a planned $20.4 billion broadband-funding program, and the Empire State’s U.S. senators aren’t happy about it. Continue Reading →

Presidents Move On Local Media And Cable Access Is Bad For Small Business And Consumers

On Wednesday, Manhattan Borough President Gale A. Brewer (pictured) and City Council Member Francisco Moya condemned the Federal Communications Commission’s proposal to limit local governments’ ability to use cable franchise agreements. Continue Reading →

Mayors From Across The Country Join Mayor de Blasio In Supporting Net-Neutrality Protections

Today, Mayor de Blasio, joined by 11 mayors and city leaders from across the country, signed on to the Cities Open Internet Pledge in coordinated resistance to the federal government’s repeal of net-neutrality protections. Continue Reading →