TPI Aspen Forum Working Group – Refarming Spectrum: What Have We Learned?

TPI Aspen Forum Working Group – Refarming Spectrum: What Have We Learned?

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Ensuring that spectrum can move to its highest-value use is key to wireless innovation and all the industries that rely on it. The recently completed incentive auction represents one such way to “refarm” spectrum. License overlays and stronger property rights are others. Some argue that sharing models, like that in the 3.5 GHz band, or unlicensed spectrum will allow for the easiest refarming. The off-the-record working group, “Refarming Spectrum: What Have We Learned?” at this year’s TPI Aspen Forum, will focus on these aspects of spectrum policy.

Speakers at the working group, moderated by Stanford University’s Gregory Rosston, are:

Cort Bush (invited), United States Senate
Gary Epstein, Former Chair, FCC Incentive Auction Task Force
Kathleen Ham, ‎T-Mobile
Tom Hazlett, Clemson University
Evan Kwerel, Federal Communications Commission
Joan Marsh, AT&T
Sarah Oh, Technology Policy Institute
Peter Pitsch, Intel Corporation

The Forum is scheduled for August 20-22 at the St. Regis Aspen Resort in Aspen, Colorado. The full agenda and registration information can be found on the Aspen Forum website.

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For Addition Information:
Jane Creel, 202-828-4405, [email protected]

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Ashley Benjamin, 202-828-4405, [email protected]

This premier event gathers leaders from business, government and academia to discuss and debate key public policy issues affecting innovation, technology, and communications.

Since 2010, more than 850 policymakers and thought leaders have convened at the St. Regis resort for provocative discussions and riveting keynotes on topics including U.S. competitiveness and innovation, broadband penetration, and entertainment distribution models, to name a few.  Each year’s agenda touches on timely themes and pertinent issues driving public policy and regulatory decisions and how they may affect tech, communications and content industries. The depth of discussions, featuring both industry leaders and academic experts, makes the event a unique experience for attendees.

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