Amy Schatz

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Meredith Attwell Baker says Comcast never approached her about  its takeover of NBC Universal  while she was a  member of the FCC  , though a few months after she voted to approve the…

FCC Commissioner Baker Defends Jump to Comcast

Meredith Attwell Baker says Comcast never approached her about its takeover of NBC Universal while she was a member of the FCC , though a few months after she voted to approve the…

from To the Point

By a party-line vote of 3-to-2, the Federal Communications Commission  has approved new rules  for Internet traffic to protect consumers by guaranteeing access and requiring more…

FCC Poised to Approve First Net Neutrality Rules

By a party-line vote of 3-to-2, the Federal Communications Commission has approved new rules for Internet traffic to protect consumers by guaranteeing access and requiring more…

from Which Way, L.A.?

By a party-line vote of 3-to-2, the Federal Communications Commission  has approved new rules  for Internet traffic to protect consumers by guaranteeing access and requiring more…

FCC Poised to Approve First Net Neutrality Rules

By a party-line vote of 3-to-2, the Federal Communications Commission has approved new rules for Internet traffic to protect consumers by guaranteeing access and requiring more…

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