FCC Says Broadband Now Means Speeds Of 25 Mbps

The Federal Communications Commission on Thursday redefined broadband as speeds of at least 25 Mbps downstream and 3 Mbps upstream. That new standard -- a significant increase -- means that 17% of the U.S. population lacks access to broadband service. The FCC's redefinition of broadband could make it harder for cable companies and telecoms to argue that the market is competitive, given that many ...


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Where Have You Gone, Go Daddy?

As you read this, the Barton F. Graf 9000 agency is scrambling to come up with a new Super Bowl spot and have it turned around in time to run on The Big Game on Sun ...

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Anyone With Eyes Can See That Commercial Clutter Is On The Rise

You are more likely to hit commercials these days than actual program content while clicking through the cable lineup at any given time. And now, two separate research studies have quantified the situation. The reports -- ...

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Squarespace, Jeff Bridges Dream Up Branding Spot

The duo of Squarespace and Jeff Bridges have teamed up for a Super Bowl spot that will carry over into a multiplatform branding partnership where seemingly everyone wins, even thousands of kids who go to bed ...

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