The broadcast and cable television industry remains one characterized by needless overregulation and a dearth of free market dynamics.
The main struggle today is largely due to the fact that the laws and regulations that govern music licensing cannot keep up with the innovations in music access.
Washington’s oversight of the pay-TV industry during the past two decades has been marked by a light regulatory approach.
Lawsuits are piling up in many of the cities where Uber is present.
The National Lab System has not focused on making headlines but on making discoveries that serve the nation.
Make federal rules for data security and breach notification voluntary, opt-in standards enforceable by the FTC.
Franklin and his cohorts engaged in a textbook example of what we would today call "enterprise risk management."
The fuel for this innovative technology is spectrum, and we have only a limited supply.
The proposal would turn cable companies into “pure conduits” for the distribution of TV channels to pay-TV customers.
TV Freedom.org is hoping fear and confusion will kill an adroitly crafted bipartisan idea that so clearly represents positive change for the forces of real TV freedom.