February 2006 (issue brief version)--Reclaiming the Vast Wasteland: The Economic Case for Re-Allocating to Unlicensed Service the Unused Spectrum (White Space) Between TV Channels 2 and 51.
October 2005 (working paper version)--Reclaiming the Vast Wasteland: The Economic Case for Re-Allocating to Unlicensed Service the Unused Spectrum (White Space) Between TV Channels 2 and 51.
September 2005--How the DTV Transition Can Move the Nation--and Unused Spectrum--from 'Broadcast to Broadband': A Response to Interference Myths Propagated by the Broadcast Industry
May 2005--Speeding the DTV Transition: Facts and Policy Options (with Michael Calabrese, Naveen Lakshmipathy, and Kartik Ramachandran)
May 2005--Should DTV Must-Carry be Expanded, Sunset, or Preserved As-Is?
March 2004--The Decline of Broadcasters' Public Interest Obligations - A Policy Backgrounder
May 2004--NAF Plan to Speed DTV Transition (with Michael Calabrese)
December 2003--Multicast Must-Carry for Broadcasters: Will it Mean No Public Interest Obligations for DTV?
July 2003--Reclaiming the ‘Vast Wasteland’: Unlicensed Sharing of Broadcast Spectrum (with Max Vilimpoc)
June 2002--The Myth of 'Free' TV
April 2002--Four Theories of Spectrum Property Rights
July 2003--The Citizen's Guide to the Airwaves (with Nigel Holmes, Benn Kobb, Coleman Bazelon, and Michael Rothkopf)
July 2003--The Explanation to the Citizen's Guide to the Airwaves (with Nigel Holmes, Coleman Bazelon, and Michael Rothkopf)
April 2004--The Cartoon Guide to Federal Spectrum Policy (with Nigel Holmes)
July 19, 2005--DTV 101: Exploring the Brave New World of Digital Television (Congressional Caucus Event)
July 21, 2004--The DTV Transition: What We Can Learn from Berlin? (House Subcommittee Hearing)
September 2003--Atlantic Monthly, Up in the Air (with Michael Calabrese)
April 7, 2002--Sacramento Bee, FCC lets the telecom giants steal from you
April 27, 2001--Industry Standard, Political Spectrum
May 2000--Harvard International Journal of Press-Politics, Local TV News Archives as a Public Good
January 31, 2005--Economic and Legal Reply Comments of NAF et al. (with Harold Feld)
January 31, 2005--Technical Reply Comments of NAF et al. (with Mike Marcus and Harold Feld)
November 30, 2005--Comments of NAF et al. (with Harold Feld)
May 16, 2003--Reply Comments of NAF et al. (with Harold Feld)
April 17, 2003--Comments of NAF et al. (with Harold Feld)
August 27, 2004--NAF Comments on Retention of TV Program Recordings
June 2007--Spectrum Policy for the Emerging Ultrabroadband World: Should Spectrum and Tangible Property Rights Be Bundled? Presented at the Ultrabroadband Networks and the Personal Media Cloud Conference, Columbia University's Institute for Tele-Information. (For the accompanying presentation, click here.)
September 2006--Spectrum Policy Wonderland: A Critique of Conventional Property Rights and Commons Theory in a World of Low Power Wireless Devices, Presented at the Telecommunications Policy Research Conference, September 30, 2006
August 2006--How Mass Media Use Crisis Communications for Political Gain: The Broadcast Industry, 9/11, and Hurricane Katrina, Presented at the Political Communications Section Pre-Conference to the the Annual Meeting of the American Political Science Association, August 30, 2006
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