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FCC Examines Fallout of AT&T, T-Mobile Deal

The FCC held an all-day panel last week with its own top economists and representatives from AT&T, Deutsche Telekom and Sprint…

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Incentive Auctions May Threaten Mobile TV, Warns NAB

The National Association of Broadcasters (NAB) warned lawmakers on Capitol Hill today that a proposal to allow the FCC to auction off broadcast spectrum could undermine mobile television.

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Study: Annual FCC Competition Report Flawed

A new study of the FCC’s most recent assessment of competition in the U.S. wireless market refutes the agency’s failure to find effective competition in the wireless industry.

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FirstNews Briefs for July 7, 2011

Companies in today’s briefs include: eBay, Zong, AT&T, Nortel, FCC, Cincinnati Bell, MetroPCS, Ntelos, the Rural Cellular Association, the Rural Telecommunications Group and Sprint Nextel, AT&T, T-Mobile, Motorola Mobility, Facebook, Amazon, Nielsen.

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FirstNews Briefs for July 6, 2011

Companies in today’s briefs include: HTC, S3 Graphics, Via Technologies, Leap Wireless, Pentwater Capital Management, LightSquared, FCC, comScore, European Position, Navigation and Timing Industry Council, BLiNQ Networks, Simplexity, Fry’s Wireless, Volubill, 4G Africa AG, Anite, Azimuth Systems.

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FirstNews Briefs for July 1, 2011

Companies in today’s briefs include: FCC, LightSquared, Federal Trade Commission, Twitter, Nokia, Access Co, Smartphone Technologies, Barnes & Noble.

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LightSquared to FCC: We can fix GPS issues

The start-up files its alternative plan with the FCC as it looks to clear the way to build a 4G wireless network. The GPS community says the latest proposal is not enough.

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LightSquared Files Revised Broadband Proposal

LightSquared filed a revised proposal with the FCC to build the first wholesale wireless broadband network in the U.S.

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FirstNews Briefs for June 30, 2011

Companies in today’s briefs include: T-Mobile USA, Senate Appropriations Committee, FCC, Skype, Cox Communications.

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FCC report remains neutral on wireless competition

The annual report on the state of the wireless industry reveals few clues about how the FCC sees a merger between AT&T and T-Mobile.

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