The economics of the telecommunications industry are being transformed by a host of factors including technological change, convergence, and a fluid regulatory environment.
As the industry continues to make the transition to a deregulated, integrated competitive market, the traditional boundaries within and between telecommunications and the broadcasting, entertainment, and information technology industries are blurring.
Mobile Broadband: Competition, Spectrum, and Consumers
Our academic affiliate Harold Furchtgott-Roth asks: Are inconsistent spectrum and competition policies sending mixed signals about how regulators expect the wireless industry to evolve?
Analysis Group offers the knowledge and experience to help clients meet the challenges of this complex and evolving environment. Our staff and academic affiliates possess a unique combination of expertise encompassing a broad range of sectors in the telecommunications and media industries, as well as knowledge of economics, regulatory policy, finance, and business strategy.
We have worked on litigation and regulatory matters involving wireline and wireless service providers, Internet backbone companies, equipment manufacturers, cable and satellite television, radio and television broadcasting, and traditional and new media companies.