Like any business, video providers charge what they can.
The firm signed up 89,000 customers for its cable video service.
A new rule could give consumers more choices for watching pay television.
A group of GOP senators said the FCC's definition of broadband Internet is unnecessarily high.
The services all allow customers to access certain
"We cannot underestimate the challenge," FCC Chairman Tom Wheeler said.
The involvement of Fox could be a good sign for the FCC.
Dems are raising questions about how spectrum will be allocated.
Industry and public interest groups take issue with some parts of the conditions.
Tom Wheeler justified why political calls are not exempt from robocall restrictions.
Why would the government block a merger it believes isn't bad?
Tom Wheeler has already testified a half dozen times this year.
They say the agency uses inconsistant definitions for high-speed Internet service.
The agency is now in the near-exclusive business of shifting profits among corporate giants.
A coalition led by the cable industry opposes the proposal.
FCC Chairman Tom Wheeler complained that are "own words are being used against us."
Tom Wheeler, himself a Democrat, was appointed to the post by President Obama.
The FCC chairman plans to eliminate two ancient rules of broadcast regulation.
Ensuring that the U.S. has sufficient spectrum is critical to the nation's future.
"I don't think it is funny. I think it's serious," Rep. Anna Eshoo said.
At issue is the size of a block of wireless spectrum set aside for small carriers.
In the meeting, Charter said new net neutrality rules would not change its investment.
Tom Wheeler said the commission already has a lot on its plate.
“You are no longer the ‘cable’ industry,” Tom Wheeler said.