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Biography for Monica Hogan

Monica Hogan, Associate Editor, covers Federal Communications Commission-related wireline telephone and broadband policy at Communications Daily. Before joining Warren Communications News in 2019, she followed telecommunications market transitions: from standard to high-definition television, car phones to smartphones, dial-up ISPs to broadband, and big-dish to direct-broadcast satellite. At Communications Daily, she has also covered the emergence of digital health and precision agriculture. You can follow Hogan on Twitter: @MonicaHoganCD.

Recent Articles by Monica Hogan

Widespread School Closings Highlight Need for Ubiquitous Broadband Access

The FCC should act quickly to help school districts give students the devices and connectivity they need to learn online while schools are closed due to COVID-19 outbreaks, educational technology stakeholders said in recent interviews. An estimated 6 million…Subscribe to Read >>

Revise Section 230, DAG Rosen Tells FSF, Listing Criteria

Section 230 of the Communications and Decency Act may need to be revisited, suggested Deputy Attorney General Jeffrey Rosen. A quarter century after enactment, 230 immunity "has not always been a force for good, particularly in light of some…Subscribe to Read >>

Home-Based Telehealth Could Expand During Virus Outbreak

Expanded residential telehealth use could support patients and healthcare providers during the U.S. outbreak of COVID-19, providing pre-diagnosis triage and keeping contagious patients away from doctors' offices waiting rooms, stakeholders said in interviews last week. Some said more reliable…Subscribe to Read >>

Next 10-Year Broadband Plan Should Be Written Outside FCC, Incompas Hears

There's a need for a new federal broadband plan, with different metrics and tasked outside the FCC, panelists said Tuesday during the Incompas Policy Summit. They commented on the 10-year-old FCC National Broadband Plan.Subscribe to Read >>

Protect Lifeline Subscriber Privacy, FCC Asked

Low-income consumers shouldn't have to reveal sensitive personal information or open themselves to surveillance in exchange for Lifeline subsidies, said replies posted through Wednesday in docket 17-287. FCC commissioners voted in November on party lines for a Further NPRM…Subscribe to Read >>