Your educational broadcast spectrum (EBS) license is an asset legally owned by your organization that might now be sold for a value far higher than what you may imagine.
Reposting our earlier Q&A interview with telecoms attorney Steve Coran:
“Now is a really good time to be holding an EBS license because there is a great deal of secondary market activity. It is a great opportunity for you as a licensee to assess what it is that you have, to understand its value and to decide what you want to do. You have a license that is now a major financial asset that may be more valuable to someone else than it is to you.”
Mid-band’s balance between coverage and capacity plus its adjacency to existing spectrum for older mobile technologies makes it the most attractive for near-term needs.
Mayor Villaraigosa is today a respected voice in American political and education circles with a keen understanding of the technology and funding needs of underserved American communities.
Congress is currently considering legislation to extend the authority of the Federal Communications Commission (FCC) to conduct spectrum auctions, which will otherwise expire in early March.
Winnick built and owned the first privately-operated undersea cable in the world and then went on to build and expand a 130,000-mile IP-based fiber optic global network.
From 1997 through 2001, Mr. Furchtgott-Roth served as a commissioner of the Federal Communications Commission.
Learn about what will be discussed at the upcoming NEBSA Conference, plan how to leverage your lease revenues to offset declining enrollment, and other strategies.
Susan Wegleitner is the newly appointed Chief Financial Officer of WCO Spectrum. WCO Spectrum is a portfolio company of Winnick & Company where Ms. Wegleitner will also serve as a Managing Director.
The reality is that spectrum is a tool. It’s a tool that can be used to provide wireless services or to create value as an investment.
China’s SLC-18 high-power, low-frequency P-band (216-450 MHz) satellite-hunting radar is reported to detect and track low-orbiting satellites and functions around the clock in all weather conditions. Observers dubbed it the “Anti-Starlink” system.
The Infrastructure, Investment and Jobs Act allocated $65 billion to broadband, the largest single investment to date.