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Mobile Communications Technologies Impact on Radio Frequency Broadcasts

A Cognitive Approach

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This research examines how regulatory action by policy makers and the states involved may reshape the map of terrestrial television and radio broadcasts, not only in Greece, who serves as a case study, but for many countries who face similar problems. Taking as starting point the recent licensing competition this paper provides suggestions about how deregulating may be the amalgam of technologies that mix free on-line media providers with expensive, state regulated public goods in the frequency domain.

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  • TV and radio broadcasts
  • Emissions over the Internet
  • Regulating authorities

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Politis, D., Tsirantonakis, A., Aleksić, V., Nteropoulos, P., Margounakis, D. (2018). Mobile Communications Technologies Impact on Radio Frequency Broadcasts. In: Auer, M., Tsiatsos, T. (eds) Interactive Mobile Communication Technologies and Learning. IMCL 2017. Advances in Intelligent Systems and Computing, vol 725. Springer, Cham. https://doi.org/10.1007/978-3-319-75175-7_76

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