Roger Entner on the first-quarter financial results from the four major carriers, plus a collusion probe of Verizon and AT&T and forthcoming privacy regulations in Europe.
Roger Entner on the deal reached by T-Mobile and Sprint, what it would mean for the wireless industry and its chances of approval by regulators.
In this week’s episode, Roger Entner discusses the U.S.’s standing in the race to 5G — and the consequences of falling short.
Roger Entner of Recon Analytics on AT&T’s inexpensive new streaming service, the backend partnership between Comcast and Charter, and reports that Sprint and T-Mobile are once again discussing a possible merger.
In this week’s edition, Roger Entner on the FCC’s effort to restrict Universal Service Fund dollars from going to companies classified as national security risks, plus the commission’s move to share spectrum in the 4.9 GHz band.
This week, Roger Entner of Recon Analytics discusses the need for greater privacy protection in light of Facebook’s scandals, along with what the future holds for mobile media.
This week, Roger Entner discusses the order prohibiting a Broadcom takeover of Qualcomm, along with reports that Sprint’s parent could once again be interested in cable giant Charter.
Roger Entner of Recon Analytics on the FCC’s vote to streamline small cell and tower reviews — and where regulators could be headed next.
This week, special guest Brendan Carr of the Federal Communications Commission joins us to discuss small cell deployments and infrastructure siting reform ahead of Thursday’s FCC meeting.
This week, Roger on the bipartisan bill to help clear the way for auctions in the 28 GHz and 24 GHz bands, plus the latest on Broadcom and Qualcomm.
Roger Entner of Recon Analytics wraps up Mobile World Congress, including announcements from T-Mobile and Sprint and more spectrum auctions in the U.S.