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The Spectrum Argument Lives, Debunking Letter-Gate, and Why the DOJ Is Still Wrong to Try to Stop the AT&T/T-Mobile Merger
[Cross-posted at Tech Liberation Front] Milton Mueller responded to my post Wednesday on the DOJ’s decision to halt the AT&T/T-Mobile merger by asserting that there was no evidence the merger would lead to “anything innovative and progressive” and claiming “[t]he spectrum argument fell apart...
On April 6, 2011, the Obama Administration summoned Washington's spectrum policy elite to the White House to highlight its support for legislation giving the FCC authority to conduct voluntary incentive auctions. With such authority, the FCC could auction to new holders spectrum already licensed to...
If you’ve been planning on filing reply comments in response to the FCC’s TV spectrum re-purposing NPRM but you haven’t gotten around to it yet, you’re in luck! Everybody’s been given an extra week, thanks to an extension that pushes the reply comment deadline to...
Mixed messages on means for determining spectrum availability When the issue of spectrum re-purposing pops up, the related issue of spectrum inventory tends to pop up as well. Some members of Congress have been calling for the Commission to conduct such an inventory since 2009. The...
Sweeping NPRM proposes changes in implementation in low income programs, possible integration of broadband As part of its ongoing effort to modernize (and rationalize) the various elements of the Universal Service Fund (USF), the FCC has now turned its attention to Lifeline and Link Up. These two...