About Communications Daily
Dubbed “the bible of the telecom industry” by the Washington Post, Communications Daily is the authoritative source for telecom regulation, legislation and policy development news. Renowned for its objective and independent coverage of the telecom regulatory landscape, Communications Daily helps executives at top telecom corporations, law firms, lobbying organizations, associations and government agencies make informed decisions.
Our veteran reporters understand the industry. They are in constant contact with FCC officials, key government executives and corporate leaders to go where the story is and get the information, analysis and implications related to policy developments that often impact your business.
We are the proud recipients of first-place journalism awards from the prestigious Society of Professional Journalists, Specialized Information Publishers Association and the National Press Club, among others.
To learn more about Warren Communications News, please visit www.warren-news.com or call us at 1-800-771-9202.
About Warren Communications News
Warren Communications News, Inc. (WCN) is the leading publisher of hard news, analysis and research covering the telecommunications, international trade, consumer electronics, broadcasting and satellite industries. Founded in 1945 in Washington, D.C. and still headquartered in the nation’s capital, Warren Communications News was originally established to cover the emerging medium of “television.” Since those early days, Warren has constantly expanded into new business-to-business news categories and become the industry standard for decision makers and business leaders.
WCN newsletters include Communications Daily, International Trade Today, Export Compliance Daily, Consumer Electronics Daily, and Washington Internet Daily, among others. Warren also publishes specialized reports and market studies. Its products and services are available in a variety of electronic formats.
To learn more about Warren Communications News, visit www.warren-news.com or call us at 800-771-9202.