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Statement: Concerning Proposals by the Minority Media and Telecommunications Council

October 2, 2007

These comments read, in part, 'UCC et al. submit these comments in response to the Commission's request for comments on proposals put forth by the Minority Media and Telecommunications Council (MMTC) for advancing broadcast ownership opportunities for women and minorities consistent with constitutional requirements and the Commission's statutory authority.'

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Democracy Wire

FCC Chair Announces Plan to Gut Net Neutrality

April 26, 2017; Press Release, Status Update

Federal Communications Commission Chairman Ajit Pai’s announced today that he would attempt to roll back the agency’s Open Internet (“net neutrality”) rules.

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Press Releases

AT&T Time Warner Merger Would Harm Consumers: Statement of Michael Copps​, former FCC Commissioner and Common Cause Special Adviser

October 24, 2016

“Allowing a communications behemoth like AT&T to swallow the Time Warner media empire should be unthinkable. The sorry history of mega mergers shows they run roughshod over the public interest. Further entrenching monopoly harms innovation and drives up prices for consumers. The answer is clear: regulators must say no” said former FCC Commissioner and Common Cause Special Adviser Michael Copps.

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