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Tribune Media withdrew from its proposed merger with Sinclair Broadcast Group, effectively terminating the $3.9-billion deal that would have created the largest local-TV conglomerate in U.S. history.
The FCC’s Office of Inspector General released a report stating that the agency did not experience denial-of-service attacks during the proceeding Pai used to repeal the Net Neutrality rules.
A coalition of groups has collected more than 300,000 signatures and will deliver them to Microsoft CEO Satya Nadella.
Free Press is disappointed that this panel of judges refused to rule on the FCC’s phony math and poor excuses for the obsolete and harmful UHF discount.
News broke this morning that the FCC might scuttle the Sinclair-Tribune mega-merger. Public pressure played a huge role here.
Never before has a state taken the lead to address the growing crisis in local news.
This is huge: New Jersey is on the verge of enacting groundbreaking legislation Free Press Action Fund spearheaded that would help combat the state’s local news crisis.
We’re witnessing a modern-day atrocity on U.S. soil, orchestrated by the U.S. government. And we must fight back.
Anyone who was expecting Democrats to grill FCC Chairman Ajit Pai over his egregious lies about his agency’s fabricated cyberattack story was deeply disappointed.
A group of advocacy groups is attempting to turn Net Neutrality into an election issue ahead of the midterms later this year.
The Civic Info Consortium will fund projects to help keep people informed about what’s happening in their communities and how their tax dollars are being spent.
Ajit Pai is going to be in the hot seat this week — as well he should be.