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5G Rolling Out in “Test Markets” By Mid-2017

Yesterday, Verizon announced that it would begin rolling out 5G connectivity to 11 test markets: Ann Arbor, Michigan; Atlanta, Georgia; Barnardsville, New Jersey; Brockton, Massachusetts; Dallas, Texas;...

FCC Strike Force Aims to End Robocalls

At the behest of Federal Communications Commission Chairman Tom Wheeler, a cadre of telecom executives have convened to form a Robocall Strike Force. Helmed...

Netflix Plays Creative to Gain Competitive Advantage

House of Cards is amazing - how could it not be? Anything with Kevin Spacey has a good chance of becoming cinematic gold -...

Net Neutrality: It’s The Jetsons v. The Flintstones

As an '80s baby, I grew up watching The Jetsons and The Flintstones. While both Hanna-Barbera cartoons were first produced and aired in the...

Minorities Drive Wireless Demand; Will Federal Government Supply Spectrum?

My son is a millennial, born twelve years ago this month.  When he was born, multiple television screens in one house was the norm,...

Texting & Driving #1 Teen Killer, Simulator Tries to Drive the...

Drinking and driving used to be the number one killer of teenagers. No more, as texting while driving causes more than 3,000 deaths and...

Wireless Use Surges and Competition Abounds

Without doubt, the wireless revolution is upon us, and it shows no signs of slowing anytime soon. As policymakers and representatives from the tech...

Net Neutrality False Alarm: Comcast-Netflix Deal is Not the End of...

In our sound-byte hungry culture, timing is everything, and in the case of Comcast’s interconnection agreement with Netflix, announced less than two weeks after...

Designated Entity Rules and Secondary Market Transactions Should Be a Top-line...

America's tech and telecom sectors account for one-sixth of the nation's GDP, and in an increasingly digital economy, spectrum is a vital resource for...

Net Neutrality: Why it Matters to People of Color

The D.C. Circuit issued its ruling in the Verizon v. FCC case, holding that the Federal Communications Commission has broad authority to regulate broadband deployment and invalidating the Commission's non-discrimination and anti-blocking rules from its 2010 Open Internet Order.