Armand’s Notes from Euroconsult 2016 Conference

Attached are a full set of my notes from the Euroconsult “World Satellite Business Week” held in Paris from September 12th to 15th.   Executive Summary FSS Sector Facing Headwinds The realities of massive satellite capacity growth and declining price has sunk in. It’s becoming broadly accepted that satellite video distribution is at best stable, […]

Should High-Throughput Satellites Really Last 15 Years?

See my article in the August 29th issue of SpaceNews: http://www.spacenewsmag.com/commentary/should-high-throughput-satellites-really-last-15-years/ Should high-throughput satellites really last 15 years? J. Armand Musey August 29, 2016, Commentary The fixed satellite services industry has been an anomaly in the communications sector, with stable, even increasing, pricing while prices for other forms of bandwidth fell dramatically. Stability allowed satellite […]

Notes from STS Global’s 2016 HTS Tech Day

Attached are my notes from the 2016 STS Global’s HTS Tech Day held on August 16, 2016 in Stony Brook, NY.  STS-Global-Tech-Day-Notes . STS placed many of the speaker’s presentations to their website’s blog: http://www.stsglobal.com/blog/ (last visited August 17, 2016). After leaving the helm of Globecomm Systems in late 2014, CEO Dave Hershberg and some of his former Globecomm […]

Midyear TMT Regulatory Review from Morgan Lewis’s Andy Lipman

Morgan Lewis TMT partner, Andy Lipman held his midyear TMT regulatory outlook overview yesterday. As usual, he did a great job of outlining today’s complex regulatory landscape. Andy graciously allowed me to distribute his presentation: TMT Midyear Review August 2016 Printer Friendly

Open Set Top Box: A Slippery Slope to À La Carte and Weakening Power of MVPDs

The FCC’s February 18, 2016 NPRM seeking to open set-top boxes (AKA “Unlock the Box”) is more than it seems. The proposal would allow consumers to watch content they are entitled to view on their cable system on other devices as well. The cable industry’s strong resistance is filled with arguments about copyright infringement and […]

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