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The future of spectrum policy in the U.S. will need to be flexible and work in multiple ways for both federal and commercial users. An industry panel at NTIA’s Spectrum Symposium discussed what a successful spectrum strategy could entail, emphasizing the need to embrace sharing and reuse. Those policies will take cooperation and critical thinking to get the best result, something Cox Virginia’s VP, Technology, Engineering and Operations Toni Stubbs knows plenty about. Her ingenuity and perseverance earned her this year’s Women in Technology Award.

Future of Nation’s Spectrum Depends on Cooperation
Greenfield spectrum is scarcer than ever, and an industry panel at NTIA’s Spectrum Symposium Monday agreed that the only successful national spectrum strategy will be one that embraces creative reuses and sharing regimes. Read More »
Cox’s Toni Stubbs Embodies Leading While Giving
This year’s Women in Technology award recipient, Toni Stubbs of Cox Communications, has always been fluent in the language of machines. Read More »
Special Report: 2022 Cable Hall of Fame
The newest members of the prestigious Cable Center Hall of Fame were celebrated at the Ziegfeld Ballroom in New York City on Thursday, highlighting the impacts and legacy on the industry made by select individuals. Read More »
Executive Round Up: Favorite Media Milestone Moments In Hispanic History
As Hispanic Heritage Month kicked off last week, we asked executives in our industry for their favorite media milestone moments in Hispanic history. Read More »
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