Today, the Federal Communications Commission (FCC) authorized the use of its common carrier application review procedures for its broadcast foreign ownership applications.
In the White Paper, MMTC finds that “Congress and the FCC can address the persistence of the negligible representation of minority- and women-owned business enterprises (collectively, ‘MWBEs’) in the wireless industry through the development and support of incentives for MWBEs.”
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Understanding and Appreciating Zero-Rating: The Use and Impact of Free Data in the Mobile Broadband Sector
he Multicultural Media, Telecom and Internet Council (MMTC) opposes the Federal Communications Commission’s (FCC) notice of proposed rulemaking on set-top boxes because it undermines goals for advancing diverse content. Like other minority-focused public interest groups, programmers, and elected officials, MMTC believes such a mandate would create “second class carriage” for diverse content and programming by making these offerings less visible and available to consumers in an already competitive video marketplace.
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