A Republican FCC Means You Will Have to Keep Renting Your Cable Box Forever
GOP lawmakers are telling the FCC not to enforce federal law.
The FCC Just Caved in to Republican Demands That It Halt Work on Major Issues
FCC Chairman Tom Wheeler’s tenure at the agency is coming to an end.
Here’s How President Trump Could Destroy Net Neutrality
Public interest advocates warn that a Trump FCC threatens internet freedom.
Time’s Running Out for the FCC on Set-Top Reform, Privacy and Zero-Rating
FCC Chairman Tom Wheeler’s public interest legacy hangs in the balance.
FCC Battles Skeptics Over Pro-Consumer Set-Top Box Reforms
The feds are mounting a fierce push to save consumers billions of dollars a year.
FCC Unveils Plan to ‘Unlock’ Set-Top Boxes After Brawl With Big Cable
Consumers will no longer be required to rent an old-school cable box, according to the agency.
The FCC Keeps Running Into Opposition With Its Plan to Open Up Cable Boxes
Six months after revealing its intentions, the FCC continues to face opposition to its plan to let you chose your own cable box.
Republicans Attack the FCC Over Net Neutrality, Other Core Programs
Republican lawmakers voted to slash the FCC’s budget and cripple its agenda.
After Net Neutrality Win, Emboldened FCC Eyes New Reforms
With new legal certainty, federal telecom regulators forge ahead on key policy priorities.
Why You Should Own Your Cable Box
Radio Motherboard looks into the possible ramifications of being able to own, and not just rent, your cable box.
What Comes Next in the FCC’s Push to Make Your Cable Box Cheaper
The FCC will now collect comments from the public on its proposal to force cable companies to allow third-parties to create set-top boxes.
Here’s Why Cheaper Set-Top Boxes Are Vital for Minority Communities
The FCC wants consumers to have access to cheaper set-top boxes, addressing a critical concern among social activists.