- Thursday, March 22, 2018
- 2:00pm - 3:00pm
Bloomberg Intelligence Presents: Telecommunications
Please join us for a presentation from two of Bloomberg Intelligence's Telecommunications Analysts.
Note: WebEx is not offered for this series. Please plan to join us in-person.
Our speakers will discuss:
- Organic growth in the wireless market has slowed, prompting carriers to seek growth in new services, adjacent markets
- Slow-growth environment has sparked price war as carriers vie for share
- 5G May Pose New Growth Opportunity, But Business Case Still Uncertain
- AT&T, T-Mobile Seeking Growth in Content Distribution and Production
- Sprint Lags Its Larger Rivals, as Lack of Scale Puts it Increasingly Behind
- Consolidation a Logical Answer to Market Woes, But DoJ Appears Opposed
- Media Consolidation: Sinclair-Tribune, AT&T-Time Warner
John Butler is a Senior Telecommunications Analyst for Bloomberg Intelligence who covers mobile handsets, telecom carriers, and networking companies. Matthew Schettenhelm is an experienced telecommunications attorney serving as a Litigation and Government Analyst for Bloomberg Intelligence. He specializes in litigation related to the internet, telecommunications, data privacy, copyright, broadcasting, and entertainment.
Building Access (Commerce employees only):
Visiting HCHB for the first time? Please find directions below. Feel free to call us with any questions.
Department of Commerce
1401 Constitution Avenue, NW
Washington, DC 20230
HCHB is easily accessible from two metro stations, Federal Triangle & Metro Center.
PLEASE PLAN TO ARRIVE EARLY. It usually takes several minutes to get through security and about five minutes to get to the library from the employee entrance. The closest entrance to the library is on the corner of 14th & Pennsylvania Ave. Check in at that entrance with the guards, then follow the red signs to the Commerce Research Library.
Accessibility: This program will be physically accessible to people with disabilities. Requests for sign language interpretation or other accommodations should be directed to the Commerce Research Library at 202-482-1154.