WISPA filed the linked Reply Comments with the FCC regarding the FCC’s proposal to restore “information” service classification to broadband Internet access service.
WISPA’s National Spectrum Advisor, Richard Bernhardt, was already one of the nation’s most credentialed experts on spectrum issues; but then this week...
This year’s slate of candidates were all highly qualified and we thank each of them for pledging their commitment to guiding WISPA and serving its membership and mission.
The Wireless Internet Service Providers Association (WISPA) is concerned that a new Federal Communications Commission (FCC) proceeding will slow down the deployment of broadband to rural Americans.
The Wireless Internet Services Providers Association (WISPA) today offered its praise of U.S. Senators Cory Gardner (R-CO) and Maggie Hassan (D-NH) for their leadership in introducing the “Advancing Innovation and Reinvigorating Widespread Access to Viable Electromagnetic Spectrum Act” (the AIRWAVES Act), which seeks to facilitate a national pipeline of spectrum availability.
The WISPA Board of Directors has decided it is time to create a more permanent leadership position at the organization. This will be a Full-time position and focus primarily on the Political Advocacy side of our WISPA but will ultimately be responsible for the growth and advancement of the entire organization.