The paper said Genachowski will offer his rationale for rules that would expand on the Commission's 2005 "Policy Statement" on net neutrality. Comcast Corp. (Nasdaq: CMCSA, CMCSK) will be among those giving Genachowski's speech a close listen, considering that the MSO is trying to overturn an FCC order handed last year calling on the MSO to halt what the Commission called "discriminatory network management practices" stemming from Comcast's earlier treatment of some upstream peer-to-peer traffic. The MSO appeal centers on an argument that the FCC overstepped its authority with the order because, in Comcast's view, there wasn't any "law" to violate in the first place. (See Comcast Fights FCC Net Neutrality Order .)
The bankruptcy court is expected to rule on the reorg Sept. 30. Charter filed for Chapter 11 bankruptcy in late March. (See Charter Turns to Chapter 11.)
Dalen Harrison, the former CEO, is staying on the board to "continue to develop new business opportunities." (See Ensequence Gets Funding, New CEO.)
Clay Mathile, CEO of CYMI Technologies and former CEO and owner of the Iams Company, led the latest round. Ensequence counts MTV, DirecTV Group Inc. (NYSE: DTV), Comcast, Verizon Communications Inc. (NYSE: VZ), and Dish Network LLC (Nasdaq: DISH) among its stable of clients.
— Jeff Baumgartner, Site Editor, Cable Digital News
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