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In this document the Federal Communications Commission adopts rules to strengthen and streamline the rules relating to FM translator interference with other broadcast stations by allowing FM translators to resolve interference issues by changing channels to any available same-band frequency using a minor modification application; standardizing...
In this document, the Federal Communications Commission (FCC or Commission) takes actions to: Enable direct video calling between sign language users and customer support call centers, by adopting procedures for qualified entities to register customer support telephone numbers in the telecommunications relay service (TRS) Numbering Directory;...
In this document, the Federal Communications Commission (Commission) addresses the Petition for Reconsideration (Petition) filed on behalf of the Critical Messaging Association (CMA) regarding the Commission's Third Report and Order in the Cellular Reform proceeding (Cellular Third R&O). The Commission denies the Petition.
In this document, the Commission adopted a number of procedures and procedural changes designed to assist AM broadcasters to better serve the public, thereby advancing the Commission's fundamental goals of localism, competition, and diversity in broadcast media.
Comprehensive Review of the Accounting Requirements and ARMIS Reporting Requirements for Incumbent Local Exchange Carrier: Phase 1
This document announces the effective date of the rules and information collections of the Comprehensive Review of the Accounting Requirements and ARMIS Reporting Requirements for Incumbent Local Exchange Carrier: Phase 1 Report and Order adopted March 2, 2000.
Comprehensive Review of the Accounting Requirements and ARMIS Reporting Requirements for Incumbent Local Exchange Carriers: Phase 1
In the document, the Commission is completing the first phase of our Comprehensive Accounting Requirements and ARMIS Reporting Requirements review by adopting most of our proposals initiated in our Phase 1 Notice of Proposed Rulemaking (NPRM). This document also grants significant accounting relief to incumbent local exchange carriers (ILECs)....
Implementation of the Satellite Home Viewer Improvement Act of 1999; Enforcement Procedures for Retransmission Consent Violations
This document adopts procedural rules to implement certain aspects of the Satellite Home Viewer Improvement Act of 1999, which was enacted on November 29, 1999. Among other things, the act authorizes satellite carriers to add more local and national broadcast programming to their offerings and seeks to place satellite carriers on an equal...
The Commission adopted measures to promote the availability of competitive broadband xDSL-based services, especially to residential and small business customers. This document amends the Commission's unbundling rules to require incumbent LECs to provide unbundled access to a new network element, the high frequency portion of the local loop. This...