The Death of Aereo?

Yesterday, the Supreme Court wisely decided that popular New York startup media company Aereo is violating the law by providing users access to free over-the-air programming from local networks. The 6-3 decision could be the end for the Barry Diller backed startup, and has consumers all over New York City, Baltimore, Atlanta, and 9 other cities […]

The Hill’s Congress Blog: Archaic Rules Jeopardize Spectrum Transfer

Failure to get more spectrum to wireless broadband consumers soon could result in nearly one-half trillion dollars in consumer welfare losses, according to a newly released study by the American Consumer Institute.  To continue reading the article, visit The Hill’s Congress Blog.  ACI’s study on this topic is available here.

ACI in Real Clear Policy: What TV Blackouts Have To Do With Mobile Phone Data

Zack Christenson writes an excellent piece on the findings of a recent ACI study that show how broadcast TV regulations will interfere with the upcoming spectrum auctions and will lead to massive consumer welfare losses for wireless broadband consumers.  To read the piece, visit Real Clear Policy.  ACI’s research study on this topic is available […]