Drew Clark Live at Mountain Connect: Washington Wireless Policy
Broadband's Impact, Wireless
June 6th, 2016
KEYSTONE, Colorado, June 6, 2016 – Three Washington wireless policy experts – Stephen Coran of Lerman Senter, Jonathan Adelstein of the Wireless Infrastructure Association, and Michael Calabrese of the New America Foundation’s Open Technology Institute – addressed current issues discussed at Mountain Connect here.
LightSquared to Launch Nationwide Wholesale LTE Network
Broadband's Impact, Mobile Broadband, Public Safety, Spectrum, The Innovation Economy, Wireless
May 13th, 2011
WASHINGTON May 13, 2011 – The New America Foundation gathered key industry experts on Thursday to discuss whether satellite spectrum should be reclassified so that it can be used for the expansion of terrestrial mobile broadband.
With the spectrum crunch that many experts anticipate, many industry experts are calling for the reclassification of the satellite spectrum to be used for the expansion of mobile broadband. Rather than wholly reclassify the spectrum, LightSquared uses their mobile satellite spectrum holdings to deploy a nationwide Long-Term Evolution (LTE) network with both terrestrial and satellite components.
Sallet: Broadband Changes Traditional Value Chain
Broadband's Impact, The Innovation Economy
May 11th, 2011
WASHINGTON May 11, 2011 – Former Director of the Office of Policy & Strategic Planning of the Department of Commerce under President Clinton, Jonathan Sallet, presented a new way to look at the traditional value chain with respect to broadband Tuesday at a congressional briefing presented by the Information Technology & Innovation Foundation.
Sallet presented the value chain not as a chain at all, but rather as a circle.
Media Access Project Panel Debates Spectrum Auctions
Mobile Broadband, Spectrum
March 14th, 2011
WASHINGTON March 14, 2011 – The Media Access Project, a public interest law firm specializing in telecommunications matters, brought together leading industry experts Friday to explore issues surrounding potential spectrum auctions. The goal of the proposed auctions is to free up spectrum for use by mobile broadband. The spectrum would come from that which is […]
Groups Generally Pleased With FCC ‘White Spaces’ Decision
Broadband's Impact, FCC, Public Safety, Wireless
September 23rd, 2010
WASHINGTON, September 23, 2010 – Broadband watchers generally reacted favorably to the Federal Communications Commission’s vote on Thursday to finalize rules to open vacant television channels, which are often referred to as TV white spaces.
WISPA Tackles Key Issues at Summer Meeting in St. Louis
Expert Opinion, FCC, National Broadband Plan, Spectrum, States, Uncategorized, Wireless
July 30th, 2010
ST. LOUIS, July 30, 2010 – The Wireless Internet Service Providers’ Association took the opportunity to address key issues of concern to its members at its summer meeting in St. Louis this month.
Will This Signal Be Televised? ‘Retransmission Consent’ Unscrambled At Breakfast Panel Of Broadcasters, Cable Industry and Public Interest Reps
Broadband TV, FCC, Media ownership, National Broadband Plan
June 11th, 2010
WASHINGTON, June 11, 2010 – If you missed Broadbandbreakfast.com’s panel session on retransmission consent fees, here’s your chance to catch up and re-examine the issues in a complex debate that’s been controversial since the enactment of the regime in the 1992 Cable Act.
Experts Debate Retransmission Consent Rules
Broadband Updates, Broadband's Impact, FCC
June 8th, 2010
WASHINGTON, June 8, 2010 – Retransmission consent rules were established decades ago and many communications experts are arguing that it’s time to reevaluate them. At a BroadbandBreakfast.com Intellectual Property Breakfast Club, members of the broadband environment voiced their opinions and concerns about retransmission consent fees
Tuesday’s Free Intellectual Property Breakfast Club on Retrans Consent a ‘Must Attend’ Event
Broadband Calendar, Broadband TV, Broadband's Impact, Copyright, FCC, Intellectual Property
June 4th, 2010
WASHINGTON, June 4, 2010 – BroadbandBreakfast.com on Friday announced the addition of two new panelists – Toni Cook Bush of Skadden Arps and Matt Polka of the American Cable Association – to its FREE June 8th Intellectual Property Breakfast Club event.
The panel, to be held at Clyde’s of Gallery Place at 707 7th Street NW, in Washington, is certain to be the “must attend” event on this increasingly hot topic of “New Retransmission Consent Battles and Licensing Video Content.” Register now!
'Beer and Broadband Mapping' at the Top Telecommunications Policy Conference
September 28th, 2009
ARLINGTON, Va., September 28, 2009 – “Beer and Broadband Mapping” was the informal name appended to a spirited and lively discussion that capped the first day of the Telecommunications Policy Research Conference here at George Mason School of Law on Friday, September 25.