Antitrust & Competition Economics: Telecommunications & Media
Rapid technical change, deregulation, and globalization have profoundly altered telecommunications markets. New firms have gained entry, service offerings have become more innovative, and large firms are growing larger through consolidation. Many of these changes began in the US, but the effects are being felt in many other national markets.
Telecommunications carriers and content suppliers worldwide rely on CRA’s economic and business consultants for expert guidance in this complex, ever-shifting environment, as do the government agencies that oversee these firms.
We advise telecom and media clients in:
Our clients include television broadcasters and networks, cable operators and program services, telephone service suppliers, international communications carriers, Internet service providers, providers of wireless services, and regulatory agencies at all levels.
- Complex antitrust litigation
- Merger review
- Regulatory proceedings where competition issues are paramount
- Competitive strategy development
- Proceedings in which markets are opened to new competitors