January 23, 2013
The broadcast lobby had finally deconstructed the long-held notion that its constituency has obtained spectrum entirely for fee while other communications giants have paid for theirs. Not so fast, says Jeffrey A. Eisenach, managing director and principal at Navigant Economics. Eisenach was hired by the National Association of Broadcasters to shed some light on an assertion that’s persisted—unchallenged—for at least 15 years.
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