Tag Archives: FCC

Reminder: This Election Could Decide Net Neutrality

Net Neutrality – hope you haven’t forgotten about it. Currently, the FCC has the ability to determine whether the internet is classified as either an information service or a telecommunications service. If the internet is defined as an information service, … Continue reading

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Court Decides Against Trump FCC

In 2018, Free Press sued the Trump FCC for gutting longstanding rules designed to limit how much local media a given company can own. And this morning the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Third Circuit sided with us and … Continue reading

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Dave Loebsack Continues To Work To Improve Rural Broadband

Reps. Loebsack, Latta, Long and McEachin Introduce Legislation to Improve Broadband Data Maps Washington, D.C. – Today, Representatives Dave Loebsack (IA-02) and Bob Latta (OH-05) introduced bipartisan legislation that would improve the accuracy of the Federal Communications Commission’s (FCC) broadband … Continue reading

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Corporate Media Not Reporting Accurately On Net Neutrality Repeal

This issue may not be as exciting as the presidential campaigns, but it is an ongoing battle of great importance that we should not ignore. Help keep the fight for net neutrality going. Here’s a note from Fight for the … Continue reading

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Loebsack Welcomes FCC Move to Improve Mapping of High-Speed Broadband Access

A significant digital divide remains between urban and rural America. Congressman Loebsack is a leader in working to close this divide by promoting broadband deployment throughout rural America. Loebsack serves on the Communications and Technology subcommittee of the Energy and … Continue reading

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Loebsack Rural Wireless Access Act Passes House

Washington, D.C. – Congressman Dave Loebsack released the following statement today after the House passed his legislation, the Rural Wireless Access Act. This bipartisan bill was incorporated into the larger Federal Communications Commission (FCC) Reauthorization Act, which passed the House … Continue reading

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Sinclair-Tribune Merger Can Still Be Stopped

DemandProgress.org FCC Chair Ajit Pai is rolling out the red carpet for Sinclair to become the largest owner of TV stations in America, reaching 72% of the country. That’s why we’ve called on the FCC Inspector General to investigate Pai’s … Continue reading

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Reminder: Protests To Save Net Neutrality December 7th

by Dave Bradley 5 minutes See BFIA’s previous post on the upcoming protests https://blogforiowa.com/2017/11/30/protests-against-fcc-plan-to-kill-the-internet-dec-7-in-ames-des-moines-cedar-rapids/ This is a reminder that net neutrality protests will be held across the country this Thursday. It is very important that there is a show of … Continue reading

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Protests Against FCC Plan To Kill The Internet Dec. 7 in Ames, Des Moines, Cedar Rapids

Click here to find a protest nationwide or RSVP.  Here are the protests planned so far in Iowa: Des Moines Verizon Protest, Thursday, Dec 7 5:00pm Verizon. 3714 Merle Hay Rd Des Moines Protest outside Verizon store against the rollback … Continue reading

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Tell The FCC: Block The Sinclair Deal

Action alert from CREDO A conservative media empire that reportedly cut a shady 2016 deal with the Trump campaign is poised to grow even larger – giving it the power to distort news coverage in markets all across the country.1 … Continue reading

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