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The effort is winning attention on Capitol Hill.
Do radio shows on school buses turn students into captive audiences?
The court says the government can crack down on broadcasters but skirts the First Amendment question.
Today's selection of timely reports.
The Pentagon's surrogates program now has the FCC probing conflict-of-interest issues.
If you've been hoping for an end to early termination fees, sorry—they're still here.
FCC staff apparently helping spread the word among the nation's DTV pioneers.
Just because he's young--41--and a government bureaucrat doesn't mean he doesn't get it.
FCC would allow newspapers in big cities to own broadcast outlets.
Both Clinton and Obama are among the cosponsors of the measure.