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AT&T’s Spectrum Crunch Ideas

By: Jason Llorenz June 14, 2012 A tip of the hat is in order for AT&T CEO Randall Stephenson, for offering a convincing set of ideas for addressing the spectrum shortage that threatens to toss a dried up bouquet into the middle of our romance...

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The Supercommittee Failed…but There is Hope in the Airwaves

BY: Jason Llorenz, Esq. The failure of the so-called Congressional “super committee” had left an important piece of the telecommunications policy agenda in limbo. The initiation of spectrum reallocation to address the looming spectrum crunch was reverted back to the Congressional committees with jurisdiction.  

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AT&T/T-Mobile and the California Regulatory Commission

– by Enrique Cortez, August 16, 2011 As has been recently discussed on this site, the proposed plan to bring together AT&T and T-Mobile has been hailed by many within and outside the community as a unique occasion to strengthen Latinos’ ability to secure cutting-edge...

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FCC Chairman’s Case to Broadcasters on Spectrum Realignment

by Jason Llorenz, Esq. and Enrique Cortez Last week, Federal Communications Commission (FCC) Chairman Julius Genachowski provided the keynote to the National Association of Broadcasters (NAB) annual convention in Las Vegas.  His message was clear: the growing demand for mobile broadband is not going away...

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The White House Weighs in on Spectrum, Wireless Innovation

By Jason Llorenz, Esq. April 8, 2011 On April 6th, the White House held an event focused on the need for Congress to grant the FCC authority to proceed quickly with voluntary incentive auctions of unused or inefficiently used spectrum.  FCC chairman Julius Genachowski called...

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HTTP Reacts to FCC Announcement

Washington, D.C., December 1, 2010 – Federal Communications Commission (FCC) Chairman Julius Genachowski just released the agenda for their upcoming December 21st meeting at a press conference held at the FCC. In regards to net neutrality, the FCC will consider “an order adopting basic rules...

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FCC Should Tread Lightly As It Relates to Net Neutrality

FCC Chairman Julius Genachowski’s remarks last week regarding the Federal Communications Commission’s (FCC) continued pursuit of net neutrality regulations ignores the progress made in finding a legislative solution. First and foremost the legislative compromise sponsored by Chairman Waxman was explicitly endorsed by the FCC. To...

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