FCC Chairman Pushes Changes to Expand Broadband Access

WSJ – “Federal Communications Commission Chairman Julius Genachowski said he wants to overhaul a $7 billion federal phone-subsidy program and reallocate more airwaves to wireless carriers as part of a strategy to improve U.S. broadband Internet availability. Mr. Genachowski’s comments Tuesday at a conference here are the latest in an increasingly strong series of signals that the FCC chairman is determined to shake up the status quo in the telecommunications industry to make fast Internet service cheaper and more widely available.”

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