Desperately Seeking Simplicity

Rockwell, Mark
October 2006
Wireless Week;10/1/2006, Vol. 12 Issue 20, p17
Trade Publication
This article talks about regulations in the wireless industry. Video franchising rules are aimed at giving non-incumbent telecommunication a way to enter local cable markets more efficiently and quickly. Franchising rules that eliminate local control over franchising and put the state in charge are being considered by some states including Indiana, New Jersey and Virginia.


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