FCC and the ITU

International Telecommunications Commission Federal Communications Commission
Mission

The ITU’s mission is to enable the growth and sustained development of telecommunications and information networks, and to facilitate universal access so that people everywhere can participate in, and benefit from, the emerging information society and global economy. The ITU assists in mobilizing the technical, financial, and human resources required to make this vision real.
Mission

[The FCC's Mission is to] make available so far as possible, to all the people of the United States, without discrimination on the basis of race, color, religion, national origin, or sex, rapid, efficient, Nation-wide, and world-wide wire and radio communication services with adequate facilities at reasonable charges.
Overview
The ITU is a division of the United Nations which manages International Communications. They have the power to regulate international communication laws, communication between countries and give countries prefixes.
Overview
The Federal Communications Commission is a part of the US Federal Government that regulates wired and wireless communications. The FCC gives out “blocks” of the radio spectrum to companies, regulates callsigns and the airwaves, manages the content being sent and regulates safety laws and new products.