A year of digital TV: who won the transition? Ars Technica (a division of Wired Magazine) cites J.H. Snider’s reflections on the DTV transition on its one-year anniversary.
Experts Debate Federal Spectrum Leasing, Transparency Proposals TRDaily (Telecommunications Reports) cites J. H. Snider on the lack of transparency within the U.S. Department of Commerce’s National Telecommunications and Information Administration...
How Craig McCaw Built a 4G Network on the Cheap: The mobile pioneer’s Clearwire controls airwaves worth $20 billion or more Bloomberg Businessweek cites J.H. Snider’s work on media policy.
The switch to digital TV—an early bailout that went awry Harvard’s Nieman Watchdog publishes J.H. Snider’s critique of the digital television transition on its final day. The transition began more than 20 years ago.
Don’t Delay the Digital TV Transition Ars Technica publishes J.H. Snider’s commentary critiquing U.S. House and Senate bills seeking to delay the digital TV transition.
Spectrum Policy Panel at the 2008 Telecommunications Policy Research Conference The J.H. Snider’s serves as moderator and discussant.