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Mike O’Rielly 17h
Replying to @mikeofcc
Thanks to everyone who found time in their busy lives to highlight I had a misspelling in my last tweet. My toddler grabbed my phone at the wrong moment. Rest assured, I can spell vilcaburrary anytime I want.
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Mike O’Rielly Jun 24
Started morning watching children’s television programming NOT governed by mandated Kid Vid rules...a troll family with magic stick helping with volcabulary.
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Mike O’Rielly Jun 22
Insightful comments on Kid Vid by Pat Butler of . Take a look: I got to see public tv’s commitment to children’s television first hand during visit of this week.
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Mike O’Rielly Jun 22
Many thanks to for having me on Communicators show with guest interviewer . Will air Sat at 6:30 pm! Here is video link:
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Mike O’Rielly Jun 22
An additional reason -- among many -- should dump Administrative Law Judge process.
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Mike O’Rielly Jun 21
Replying to @Ashkhen @TechFreedom
Many thanks for allowing me to join podcast on reforming Kid Vid! Greater flexibility & less red tape can benefit everyone in the space.
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Mike O’Rielly Jun 21
Many thanks for sharing this strong coalition letter. A number of very good points raised on need for reforming Kid Vid rules!
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Ashkhen Kazaryan Jun 21
New Podcast! With Commissioner O'Rielly where he discusses the NPRM released today on KidVid rules
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Mike O’Rielly Jun 21
Great press event today in Trenton, NJ to discuss 9-1-1 fee diversion in New Jersey. 89 percent of state collected fees are diverted to state General Fund, leaving local call centers shortchanged. Plus, no funding going to modernize NG9-1-1. Awful! @NJwirelessWA
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Mike O’Rielly Jun 21
Thanks for carrying my Kid Vid op-ed! Main takeaway: give flexibility w/o harm to those watching current content. The FCC will soon reform the broadcast rules that have helped kill off the cartoons kids crave, writes via
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Mike O’Rielly Jun 20
My latest 9-1-1 fee diversion letter. This one to Governor of Guam, , on territory’s unacceptable diversionary practices. See —>
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Mike O’Rielly Jun 20
My speech today before outlined need for & to accept marketplace realities & vast competitors in media and broadband markets. Text available here —>
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Mike O’Rielly Jun 20
Fantastic visit today with to see amazing work on children’s television & early stages of STA for ATSC 3.0. And local interview as well!
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Mike O’Rielly Jun 20
Many thanks to for hosting yesterday’s “Free to State” panel on net neutrality & First Amendment and allowing me join distinguished panel with &
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Brent Skorup Jun 19
Tomorrow: Ted Bolema and I will be on a panel in Lansing, Michigan discussing broadband infrastructure, broadband competition, and 5G wireless networks. FCC Commissioner O'Rielly is the keynote speaker.
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Mike O’Rielly Jun 19
See my letter to regarding 9-1-1 fee diversion. While in no way dismissing 2016 diversion, good news is that it seems no diversion in 2017 & not expected again. Letter link →
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Mike O’Rielly Jun 19
Roger was one of a kind and I am blessed to have worked with him on a number of issues. May God welcome him with open arms and a fine meal to enjoy with new friends. A wonderful tribute by Ike as well. Be a big tipper!
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The IBA Jun 18
Breaking News: FCC Commissioner Michael O’Rielly () to Speak at ATSC 3.0 Midwest Next-Gen TV Summit in Columbus, OH. IBA stations can attend for free. More details including how to register here:
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Mike O’Rielly Jun 18
What?? During debate on RI budget, which doesn’t stop 9-1-1 fee diversion, Rep. Robert Jacquard said “911 was intended for children, people from out of state”...”I know the phone numbers [of local police and fire] in my community, that’s what I’m using."
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Mike O’Rielly Jun 16
Serious problem; interesting solution ideas; great video.
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