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Biography for Monica Hogan

Monica Hogan, Associate Editor, covers Federal Communications Commission-related wireline telephone and broadband policy at Communications Daily. Before joining Warren Communications News in 2019, she followed telecommunications market transitions: from standard to high-definition television, car phones to smartphones, dial-up ISPs to broadband, and big-dish to direct-broadcast satellite. At Communications Daily, she has also covered the emergence of digital health and precision agriculture. You can follow Hogan on Twitter: @MonicaHoganCD.

Recent Articles by Monica Hogan

USF Contribution Talks Slow in Attempts to Craft Consensus Proposal

Industry, USF recipients and consumer advocates are exploring new ways to fund USF. Talks began last year and remain in early stages, participants said in interviews. Parties fear the contribution factor, which reached a record high of 25% last…Subscribe to Read >>

Home Voice Surge Doesn't Appear to Portend Long-Term Reversal of Cord Cutting

Despite the Covid-19 surge in the use of residential landline phones, stakeholders don't expect a reversal in the long-term trend toward mobile-only households. Residential landline voice traffic rose dramatically this spring as Americans sheltered in place, with volume reaching…Subscribe to Read >>

FCC Waivers Help VRS, IP CTS Providers Mitigate Wait Times During COVID-19

Higher call volume for IP captioned telephone services and video relay services during the COVID-19 pandemic, plus longer call times, increased wait times, we heard. That has left some in the hearing loss community isolated and frustrated. Consumer advocacy…Subscribe to Read >>

Regulatory Response to COVID-19 Speeding Telehealth

Federal and state response to the COVID-19 pandemic sped adoption of telehealth technologies, said panelists at a Brookings Institution webinar. Quick support from Congress, the FCC and Department of Health & Human Services allowed patients to access clinical…Subscribe to Read >>

HBCU Presidents Ask Congress, FCC for More Support for Online Learning

Administrators at historically black colleges and universities asked for a continuing federal funding program to support campus IT infrastructure and students' access to home broadband as COVID-19 uncertainty continues. They spoke Monday during an FCC webinar hosted by…Subscribe to Read >>