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Eigth in a Row! FHH Again Tops List of Transactions Ranking

CommLawBlog is happy to say that Fletcher Heald & Hildreth has, once again, served as lead legal advisor on more transactions than any other law firm, according to S&P Global’s Media and Entertainment and New Media category. This is the EIGHTH (yup! You read that right!) year in a row that we have received this...… Continue Reading

Announcing a New Member to our CommLaw Blog Team: Mark Lipp

Fletcher, Heald & Hildreth and CommLawBlog are happy to welcome well-known broadcast attorney Mark Lipp to our broadcast and media practice. Mark joins FHH as a member effective as of Jan. 15. Mark is well-known for representing broadcast stations in a variety of FCC issues including enforcement, renewals, auctions, litigation, and transactions. Show More Summary

Friday Bytes: Coriant, CityFibre, Nokia, Flexential

Here's a quick rundown of some other news from this week that's worth a look:... [visit site to read more]

A Further Look into Why the FCC Has Lowered Broadband Standards

This Industry Viewpoint was contributed by Alan Levy, CEO of Skywire Networks Net neutrality may be dead, but that doesn’t seem to have stopped the FCC from continuing to relax the regulatory standards to which broadband providers are held. The FCC is now proposing that access to mobile broadband via a smartphone will be treated... […]

Second Translator Window Opens Jan. 25; Freeze Goes Into Effect Today

The window for Class A and B AM stations (and certain Class C and D AM stations) to apply for new cross-service FM translators will open at 12:01 a.m. Eastern Time on Thursday, Jan. 25, 2018, and close at 5:59 p.m. Eastern Time (not at 11:59 p.m.) on Jan. 31, 2018. This will be the...… Continue Reading

Sprint, Cox Dance Closer

Sprint and Cox Communications are moving to deepen their ties, signing a new multi-year business agreement while also settling some patent litigation. The deal will see Sprint gain greater access to Cox's broadband infrastructure, adding density to the company's backhaul networks.... [visit site to read more]

Network Bytes: CenturyLink, Lumos, Hawaiki, Enter

A fiber expansion, an enterprise customer win, a submarine update, and a new product launch:... [visit site to read more]

Drunk on Deregulation

In this time of intellectual, political and philosophical rigidity, I embrace eclecticism and flexibility. I have suffered in the marketplace for funding and invitations to speak at conferences, because I don’t fit into one single camp. Show More Summary

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