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Federal Communications Commission (FCC)

Definition - What does Federal Communications Commission (FCC) mean?

The Federal Communications Commission, also referred to as FCC, is an independent United States agency formed by the Constitution. The main function of the federal communications commission is to regulate all interstate communication transmitted through radio, TV, cable, satellite, etc.

Justipedia explains Federal Communications Commission (FCC)

The FCC's jurisdiction includes the 50 states of Unites States, other political divisions of USA and also the District of Columbia. The agency has 1,720 employees and provides leadership and other forms of assistance to similar bodies in other parts of North America.

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