Gerald E. Oberst, Jr.

Hogan Lovells


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Global reform trends of broadcasting regulation

Australia, Canada, France, United Kingdom - May 30 2012 Countries all around the world are examining how to reform their broadcasting regulatory systems, and have been doing so essentially ever since the move towards digital media began.

Europe's take on the World Radio Conference

European Union - March 21 2012 The World Radiocommunication Conference finished in Geneva in mid-February, after four laborious weeks of debate among more than 3,000 participants from over 150 countries. 

New EU Radio Spectrum Policy Programme

European Union - March 21 2012 The Radio Spectrum Policy Programme, about which we have written several times, was officially published today, in the March 21 Official Journal of the European Union (OJ L 81/7, 21 March 2012).

Cognitive radio developments

European Union - February 22 2012 The need to develop means of achieving more efficient spectrum use has led in recent years to a focus on cognitive radio system (CRS) technology.

European radio spectrum policy

European Union - February 16 2012 On January 15, the European Parliament accepted on second reading the proposed Radio spectrum policy programme (RSPP), designed to set EU strategy for radio spectrum management up to the year 2015.*.