The Minority Media and Telecommunications Council (MMTC) is a national nonprofit organization dedicated to promoting and preserving equal opportunity and civil rights in the mass media, telecommunications and broadband industries, and closing the digital divide. MMTC is generally recognized as the nation’s leading advocate for minority advancement in communications.
MMTC Letter to FCC Chairman Julius Genachowski Urges Commission Not to Freeze Lifeline Program
David Honig has practiced communications and civil rights law since 1983, specializing in electronic redlining and race discrimination cases and defining the legal space that is the intersection of civil rights and telecommunications law. As Founder and President of MMTC,
The FCC’s approach addresses four key areas related to the IP transition: VOIP Interconnection, TDM to fiber, wireline to wireless, and next-generation 911, and asks whether additional trials are needed.
Recommendations of the Independent Panel Reviewing the Impact of Hurricane Katrina on Communications Networks (EB Docket 06-119)
MMTC proudly commends Pres. Obama for selecting senior FCC Commissioner Mignon Clyburn and telecom visionary Tom Wheeler to be Interim Chair and Chair of the FCC, respectively.
Fifty national organizations sent a letter to the White House...
Save the Date: July 9-10, 2013 MMTC Access to Capital and Telecom Policy Conference Embassy Suites Convention Center Hotel | Washington, DC 20001
MMTC and FCC Celebrate Women's History Month
Hon. Robert W. McDowell, Commissioner, FCC
Women’s History Month 2013 part 1
Tweet The Minority Media and Telecommunications Council and FCC Leaders Past and Present Celebrate Women’s History Month
Tweet MMTC Celebrates the Women of the FCC
The Minority Media and Telecommunications Council (MMTC) congratulates FCC Chairman Julius Genachowski and Commissioner Robert McDowell on their extraordinary records of accomplishment. History will regard them as among the most effective, farsighted leaders in the FCC’s 80-year history.
MMTC Urges FCC to Delay Vote in Diversity Proceeding to Assess Impact on Minorities and Women