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WASHINGTON -- The Federal Communications Commission last week held a back-to-school digital communications primer for parents.
The agency could as easily have held a back-to-work primer for staffers who face a busy fall, or at least pressure from industry, public-interest groups and others to get to work on some key initiatives.
That work will come under the scrutiny of the House Energy & Commerce Committee, which last week made reforming the FCC one of its fall priorities.
Cable operators will be particularly focused on retransmission-consent reforms and the agency's plan for remaking the Universal Service Fund in broadband's image.