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Releasing a second tranche of TV spectrum for mobile use in EMEA could have unexpected impacts on associated sectors like advertising, broadcasting, web services and the tablets and e-reader markets, according to a new report from PolicyTracker The case for … Continue reading
22 March 2012 Colin Blackman gave a presentation on “Spectrum management reform and the role of shared access” at Aalborg University’s Telecom Reform Conference in Copenhagen – “A Quarter Century of Telecom Reform in Europe: Assessing Performance and Prospects”. Powerpoint slides are available here. … Continue reading
February 2012 Colin Blackman was a key member of a team led by SCF Associates Ltd that carried out a major study for the European Commission on the value of spectrum sharing. The final report,Perspectives on the Value of Shared Spectrum … Continue reading
The World Bank has announced the publication of the new edition of the Telecommunications Regulation Handbook, edited by Colin Blackman and co-editor Lara Srivastava. The Handbook can be downloaded from the World Banks’s website for free here.
Following his work as editor of the Telecommunications Regulation Handbook, to be published by infoDev/the World Bank and the ITU, Colin Blackman was invited to give a presentation with Lara Srivastava on future telecommunications regulation at Webster University, Geneva. A podcast of the … Continue reading
Colin Blackman gave a presentation at the final Brussels workshop, Towards a Future Internet.
The Tenth Anniversary Edition of the infoDev-ITU Telecommunications Regulation Handbook, edited by Colin Blackman and Lara Srivastava, was formerly launched at the 10th Global Symposium for Regulators, Dakar, Senegal on 11th November 2010. Colin and Lara presented an advanced conference edition … Continue reading
Final public event of a major study on the future of the internet for the European Commission. The study, Towards a Future Internet, explores the interrelations between technological, social and economic trends with regard to the future evolution of the … Continue reading