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Q2 Broadcaster Review – Somewhat Worse than Expected

We all knew that the Second Quarter of 2020 was going to be bad financially for broadcasters.  And it was.  But a review of FQ22020[1] financial results filed with the SEC by publicly-traded radio and television broadcasters shows that the hit was much more severe for radio than television broadcasters. Summit Ridge Group (SRG) reviewed […]

Veteran Media and Telecom Appraisal Expert, Bill Redpath, ASA, CFA, CPA, ABV joins Summit Ridge Group

NEW YORK (PRWEB) May 6, 2020  Summit Ridge Group, LLC announced today that William “Bill” Redpath has joined the firm today as a Managing Director. Bill will augment Summit Ridge’s media and telecom valuation and financial consulting practice. Bringing more than 30 years of industry valuation experience, Bill will enhance Summit Ridge Group’s growing leadership position in valuation and related financial consulting matters including transactional support, research and litigation support in the satellite, media and telecom sectors. Prior […]

Unofficial Notes from NAB New York 2018

Full notes available here Executive Summary Members of Summit Ridge Group attended the NAB Show New York on October 17, and 18, 2018, at the Javits Convention Center in New York City. The NAB Show New York is produced by the National Association of Broadcasters. The focus of the NAB Show New York is next-generation […]

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

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 […]

Five Reasons the Comcast/Time Warner Cable Anti Trust Concerns are Overbown

There has been a lot of market speculation that the Comcast’s proposed acquisition of Time Warner Cable might be blocked on anti-trust concerns. We believe these concerns are overblown. 1) The Cable Operations Don’t Compete in the Same Markets, so Industry Concentration Doesn’t Change. The combined company would serve over 30 million homes, which initially […]

Reverse Incentive Auction Webinar – December 19th

I’ll be moderating a valuation panel discussion as part of a three hour webinar on the FCC’s Reverse Incentive Auction process. Here is a link to the site describing the event: http://www.tmcnet.com/webinar/crossfire/incentive-auctions.htm : Incentive Auctions: What Broadcasters Need to Know A 3 Hr. a Video Virtual Event (Webinar). December 19th starting at 8:45 AM EST The discussion […]

Introductory Presentation on Summit Ridge Group, LLC

Summit Ridge Group, LLC’s new introductory presentation regarding the valuation and strategic advisory services we offer. Summit Ridge Group, LLC from Summit Ridge Group, LLC Feedback and questions are always welcome.