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Federal Communications Commission (FCC)

a U.S. federal agency that regulates interstate and international communications by radio, television, wire, satellite, cable, and 911.
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The law also would let the Federal Communications Commission appoint a standard-setting panel if, after a year, the industry failed to come up with its own.
failure of the Federal Communications Commission and/or the United States Bankruptcy Court for the Southern District of New York to approve the transfers of the licenses covered by our sale agreement with Urban Comm-North Carolina, Inc.
We are pleased that the Federal Communications Commission approved the acquisition, although we are naturally disappointed that the commission did not grant our requests for permanent waivers for Fort Worth and Detroit," Disney chairman Michael Eisner said in a statement.
Snider added that the Federal Communications Commission mandate that FireWire be incorporated into digital set top boxes means the new generation of digital televisions will benefit by including 1394.
Bruce served as General Counsel to the Federal Communications Commission for three years during the Carter Administration and was appointed as Director of Communications Planning of the Public Broadcasting Service at the time of its founding in 1970.
The Federal Communications Commission is to be commended for adapting the existing Lifeline program so that it can be an important part of the recovery effort.
Sprint's experience in the field provides the assurance that all Sprint Relay services will meet or exceed Federal Communications Commission requirements for telecommunications relay services (TRS).
com), an industry leader in Margin Assurance solutions for the telecommunications industry, today announced new data from the Federal Communications Commission (FCC) that customers using Vero Systems software earned more than $100 billion of revenue in 2004.
BPL received a green light in an October 2004 technical ruling from the Federal Communications Commission.

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