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On May 18, 2017, NHMC joined 34 civil and human rights groups in submitting comments to the U.S. State Department proposed policy of collecting additional information from immigrant and nonimmigrant visa applicants who have been determined to warrant additional scrutiny. The comments address how (1) the proposed collection excessively burdens visa applicants as vague and
NHMC joined Free Press and five other civil rights organizations in a request for judicial review of the FCC’s decision to reinstate the UHF discount. We have urged the Court to vacate or reverse the UHF Reconsideration Order for several reasons. First, the FCC conceded that the original justification for the UHF discount has disappeared.
The post NHMC Joins Several Civil Rights Organizations in Filing Petition for Judicial Review Challenging the FCC’s Decision to Reinstate the UHF Discount appeared first on National Hispanic Media Coalition.
On May 26, 2017 NHMC along with Free Press, Office of Communications, Inc. of the United Church of Christ, Prometheus Radio Project, Media Mobilizing Project, Medial Alliance, and Common Cause filed an emergency stay motion with the U.S. Court of Appeals for the D.C. Circuit to prevent the Federal Communications Commission from implementing its decision
The post NHMC Joins Several Civil Rights Organizations in Filing Emergency Motion for Stay Pending Review of the FCC’s Decision to Implement the Outdated UHF Discount appeared first on National Hispanic Media Coalition.
On June 15, 2017, the Leadership Conference on Civil and Human Rights, of which NHMC and more than 200 national organizations are a part of, filed comments with the Federal Communications Commission (FCC) requesting that the Commission preserve advance notification and customer education requirements as providers upgrade the nation’s infrastructure. Switching from copper-switched wireline to
The post NHMC Joins the Leadership Conference on Civil and Human Rights in Comments Urging the Federal Communications Commission to Protect Consumers During the Transition to Advanced Networks appeared first on National Hispanic Media Coalition.
On August 17, 2017, NHMC joined ten other civil rights organization and the Leadership Conference on Civil and Human Rights in comments filed at the Federal Communications Commission (FCC) to strongly oppose proposals to delay or eliminate the broadcast diversity reporting obligations.
The post NHMC Joins the Leadership Conference on Civil and Human Rights in Comments to the FCC to Strongly Oppose Any Proposal that Delays or Eliminates Broadcast Diversity Reporting Obligations appeared first on National Hispanic Media Coalition.
On August 30, 2017, NHMC filed Reply Comments in the FCC Net Neutrality proceeding on behalf of itself and 72 racial-justice, digital-rights and media groups.
Below is a summary of the comment submitted by the Voices for Internet Freedom on July 19th, 2017:
NHMC joined Public Knowledge and partner organizations in evaluating whether the Federal Communications Commission (FCC) is fulfilling its statutory obligation to deploy advanced telecommunication capabilities to all Americans in a reasonable and timely fashion.
The post NHMC Urges the FCC to Do An Honest Assessment of Americans’ Access to Broadband appeared first on National Hispanic Media Coalition.
On November 14, 2017 the National Hispanic Media Coalition filed an Application for Review to the Federal Communications Commission’s (FCC), Office of the General Counsel seeking review of the letter dated September 14, 2017 stating that the FCC was producing its “final production of documents” in response to NHMC’s FOIA requests filed in early May 2017.
On November 13th, Asian Americans Advancing Justice | AAJC, Color of Change, and the National Hispanic Media Coalition, filed comments to the FCC urging them ‘to promptly begin a rulemaking to promulgate effective, up-to-date disclosure regulations for internet communications.’ In a letter regarding the comments, it is said: ‘Persons of color are particulary hurt by the
In December 2017, the Federal Communications Commission (FCC) issued a series of proposals that will transform Lifeline, the only federal program that provides a telecommunications subsidy to low-income Americans. Under the proposed changes, approximately 70% of Lifeline participants, who are already struggling with poverty, would have to find new telephone or broadband service providers in
The post NHMC Lifeline Comments WC Docket 17-287 02.21.2018 appeared first on National Hispanic Media Coalition.
For Immediate Release: February 23, 2018 Contact: Clarissa Corona, firstname.lastname@example.org, 213.718.0732 Today, the National Hispanic Media Coalition (NHMC) filed a Petition for Review in the United States Court of Appeals for the D.C. Circuit challenging the Federal Communications Commission’s (FCC) Restoring Internet Freedom Order recently published in the Federal Register. NHMC is seeking judicial review
The post RELEASE: NHMC Challenges the FCC’s Repeal of Net Neutrality Rules in Court appeared first on National Hispanic Media Coalition.
The post The Leadership Conference – Letter to FDIC on Fair Chance Hiring – 3/9/18 appeared first on National Hispanic Media Coalition.
On March 19, 2018, the National Hispanic Media Coalition signed on to two comments yesterday opposing any efforts by the Federal Communications Commission (FCC) to loosen the National TV Ownership Cap.