Law360 (November 8, 2019, 6:13 PM EST) -- During the month of October, lobbyists representing major telecom providers squared off over the best ways to repurpose satellite spectrum in the valuable C-Band and how to fund and manage FCC subsidy programs.
According to four weeks of Federal Communications Commission records, attorneys submitted 222 ex parte filings, which are disclosures that parties lobbying the FCC must file to detail conversations and meetings with agency commissioners and staff.
Here's a look at the top groups that lobbied the FCC from Oct. 1 through 31 and a sampling of what they care about.
Open Technology Institute
Washington, D.C.-based think tank New America's...
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