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President Barack Obama announced a plan to make broadband affordable to low-income families. It seeks to close a technology gap that creates another layer of disadvantage to students from low-income families.

In an attempt to introduce innovation and competition into the cable/satellite set-top box industry, the FCC has proposed opening up cable boxes to third parties to lower costs and make it easier for cable/satellite subscribers to access online streaming services like Netflix and Hulu.

President Obama has announced plans to visit a mosque for the first time in his presidency.

The prison inmate phone call business is a multi-billion dollar industry that has been gouging families and those locked up behind bars for years. FCC…

On Thursday the Federal Communications Commission (FCC) agreed to rules that would ban internet service providers from creating fast lanes. FCC Commissioner Mignon Clyburn joined…

A group of Black media owners have filed a $20 billion federal lawsuit against Comcast, Time Warner, Inc., the Rev. Al Sharpton, the NAACP and the National…

Hundreds gathered in the nation’s capital Tuesday morning for the Congressional Black Caucus’ (CBC) swearing-in ceremony for both newly elected and current members of the…

NEW YORK-After the Tuscon tragedy, activist Al Sharpton has called on the FCC to regulate racism on the radio, particularly Rush Limbaugh. The Hill Reports: We’re not telling Rush don’t say what he wants to say. Say it at home,” Sharpton said in December. “Don’t get on publicly regulated radio and television that are selectively […]

New York — While appearing on Ed Schultz Show on MSNBC, Al Sharpton was asked about Rush Limbaugh’s racist comments and he responded by saying that  Limbaugh should not be supported by federally regulated radio. RELATED STORIES Sharpton Calls NFL’s Limbaugh Drop “A Moral Victory” Al Sharpton Threatens To Sue Rush Limbaugh Over WSJ Op-Ed […]