FCC Tackles Numbering
- FCC decision on caller-I.D. should expand market. Philippidis, Alex // Westchester County Business Journal;5/15/95, Vol. 34 Issue 20, p3
Reports on the benefit to Cidco Inc. of a Federal Communications Commission regulation requiring local and long-distance companies to relay caller-identification information. Benefit of CI from increased use of caller-identification equipment.
- What's my number? That's for me to know and for you not to find out. Wetli, Patt // America's Network;9/1/94, Vol. 98 Issue 17, p16
Reports on the effect of the US Federal Communications Commission mandate that transmits the name and number of originating callers come 1995. Issues on the intrusion of privacy; Commercial applications of the service; Information on caller identification.
- Much Ado About Numbers. Crowe, David // Wireless Review;05/15/99, Vol. 16 Issue 10, p48
Deals with the challenges faced by the United States Federal Communications Commission (FCC) to educate telecommunication industry on number conservation. Inefficiencies of billing systems of FCC; Why wireless carriers pay lip service under the rate-center concept.
- Look who's calling now. S.K.K.; Antonoff, Michael // Popular Science;Apr95, Vol. 246 Issue 4, p47
Reports that Caller ID is being restricted by the US Federal Communications Commission to calls originating from within a state. Negotiation between long distance carriers and a local phone company; Portion of the extra charges customers will pay to subscribe to Caller ID service.
- FTC Toys with Telephone Sales Rule. Pernick, Sandy // Customer Interface;Jun2002, Vol. 15 Issue 6, p13
Comments on the proposed Telephone Sales Rule changes by the U.S. Federal Trade Commission on January 22, 2002. Impact of the changes on the business environment; Action taken by the Chicago Association of Direct Marketing against the changes; Issues on blocked caller identification.
- Full plate at FCC. C.S.S.; H.A.J. // Broadcasting & Cable;4/3/95, Vol. 125 Issue 14, p15
Presents the agenda taken up during the Federal Communications Commission's (FCC) meeting on April 5, 1995. Includes FCC Chairman Reed Hunt's failure to win support for his children's programming week proposal; FCC's proposal to eliminate rule requiring networks to file copies of its agreements...
- FCC readies blueprints for digital age. McConnell, Chris // Broadcasting & Cable;6/26/95, Vol. 125 Issue 26, p4
Reports on the Federal Communications Commission legislation that would give television stations second channels along with the flexibility to use them for multicasting and other digital services. Shortening of the 15-year transition period from analog to digital TV; Opposition of broadcasters...
- Countdown. // Broadcasting & Cable;6/26/95, Vol. 125 Issue 26, p62
Editorial. Announces the deadlines for the processing of US Federal Communications Commission's backlog of radio and television sale applications. June 30, 1995 for petitions to deny and waivers; July 31 for appeals.
- Busy day. // Broadcasting & Cable;1/15/96, Vol. 126 Issue 3, p144
Describes the working day of the commissioners at the US Federal Communications Commission following the snowfall that caused a backlog of pending license transfers and other applications.