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Global Media and Communications Quarterly

28 November 2011

Hogan Lovells partner Michele Farquhar describes recent FCC initiatives to reform universal service (USF) and intercarrier compensation (ICC) schemes, as well as the FCC's new notice of proposed rulemaking (NPRM) on foreign ownership restrictions applicable to wireless licenses. Michele describes the new "Wireless Consumer Usage Notification Guidelines," which deals with the problem of bill shock for roaming customers. Partner Gerry Oberst addresses European broadcasting issues, including the

The recent issue of Hogan Lovell's Global Media and Communications Quarterly contains several articles concerning spectrum related issues.

Hogan Lovells partner Michele Farquhar describes recent FCC initiatives to reform universal service (USF) and intercarrier compensation (ICC) schemes, as well as the FCC's new notice of proposed rulemaking (NPRM) on foreign ownership restrictions applicable to wireless licenses.  Michele describes the new "Wireless Consumer Usage Notification Guidelines," which deals with the problem of bill shock for roaming customers.  Read the full article here

Partner Gerry Oberst addresses European broadcasting issues, including the right to broadcast short news clips and the French competition authority decision on the Canal +/TPS merger.

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