The FCC isn't spending all of its time berating AT&T on Twitter — it's also addressing decidedly less high-tech issues like loud commercials. The commission has adopted an order that requires commercials to have the same average volume as the programming they accompany. It's expected that the order will address what the FCC is calling "one of the most persistent problems of the television age," though the FCC does admit that it's been receiving fewer complaints since 2009. The move carries out a US Congress mandate from last year, called the Commercial Advertisement Loudness Mitigation Act (CALM), and television stations and broadcasters will have a year to comply with the rules.