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Interxion an Unlikely Sale Candidate

Interxion, the data center operator based in the Netherlands, appears not to be for sale, said two industry sources.featured

Sources Call FCC Letter to Dish Unusual

The letter the Federal Communications Commission sent to Dish Network earlier this month to assess the progress of its wireless network build-out is unusual, wireless technologyfeatured

Sources Doubt Equinix in Talks with CyrusOne

Equinix is not believed to be in talks to acquire CyrusOne, according to bankers and strategy executives polled by CTFN. However, one industry source outside of the deal-makingfeatured

FCC Expected to Vote in Favor of Further C-Band Inquiry

With additional reporting by Robert W. Welkos – Legal sources in the wireless community expect the Federal Communications Commission to vote, some thoughtfeatured

FCC’s Conundrums with Broadcast Cap

The Federal Communications Commission has conundrums it must confront before it is ready to issue an order on the national television reach cap and begin examining otherfeatured

Tribune/Sinclair May Have Options to Comply with New FCC Regs

Chris Ripley, CEO of Sinclair Broadcast Group, said the company has alternatives to adjust the Tribune Media acquisition if the U.S. District Court of Appeals in D.C. should decidefeatured

Can Intelsat Monetize C-Band Spectrum?

Whether the Federal Communications Commission will allow Intelsat, struggling under $14 billion of debt, to monetize C-band spectrum between 3.7- and 4.2-gigahertz remainsfeatured

Intelsat in Active Process to Explore Alternatives

Intelsat is actively exploring possibilities for divestments and other alternatives, said a source familiar with the matter and a sector executive.featured

Creating Fourth Wireless Carrier Might Advance Sprint/T-Mobile Merger

With additional reporting by Diane Alter – Third parties are working to create a fourth, large wireless carrier out of assets to potentially be divested from a merged Sprint/T-Mobile combined with otherfeatured

Judge’s Questions on UHF Discount Give Hope to Tribune/Sinclair Opponents

The apparently negative views of the viability of the UHF discount expressed by appellate judges at the U.S. Court of Appeals for the D.C. Circuit on April 20 gave opponents of the Tribune/Sinclair merger afeatured


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