To stimulate public dialogue over the development of a National Broadband Plan, the Federal Communications Commission is launching a new blog, called “Blogband.” The blog will chronicle the development of the plan and invite readers to comment.

Letter to Federal Communications Commission regarding the appointment of a Compliance Officer for the advertising nondiscrimination rule.

Secretary of Commerce Gary Locke has named Dallas Deputy Mayor Pro Tem Pauline Medrano as vice chair of the U.S. Census Bureau’s 2010 Census Advisory Committee, which provides advice on the design and implementation of the 2010 Census.

A series of 2010 Census promotional videos have won several prestigious Telly Awards as well as a Videographer Award of Excellence — awards that honor the best in video production.

Raul E. Cisneros has been appointed chief of the 2010 Census Publicity Office at the U.S. Census Bureau.

Accentmarketing announced the launch of the Federal Citizen Information Center’s (FCIC) latest public service announcement campaign promoting the government’s official information resource in Spanish.

Michael J. Copps, Acting Chairman of the Federal Communications Commission announced the full membership of the Commission's Advisory Committee on Diversity for Communications in the Digital Age. The members are:

The FCC issued an Order and a Further Notice of Proposed Rulemaking (FNRPM) to improve its collection of data on minority and female broadcast ownership to be able to more accurately assess and effectively promote diversity of ownership in the broadcast industry.

The Census Bureau has started a massive operation on March 30 to verify and update more than 145 million addresses as it prepares to conduct the 2010 Census.

The United States Mint will release the Commonwealth of Puerto Rico commemorative quarter into circulation on March 30. It is the second coin in the 2009 District of Columbia & U.S. Territories Quarters Program.

The Census Bureau will launch a massive operation on March 30 to verify and update more than 145 million addresses as it prepares to conduct the 2010 Census.

Nationwide, more than 140,000 census workers will participate in the address canvassing operation, a critically important first step in assuring that every housing unit receives a census questionnaire in March 2010.

Federal Communications Commission (FCC) Chairman Kevin J.

This is the thirteenth annual report (“Thirteenth Report” or “Report”) to Congress on the state of competition in the Commercial Mobile Radio Services (“CMRS”) marketplace. The Thirteenth Report finds that U.S.

Now, what are the questions we'll be asking? Did the tract action plans that I mentioned - were they working the way they wanted? Are there some ideas for certain kinds of tracts that were just killer ideas that really worked well?

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