Satellite Industry Sees Terrestrial Giants Looming Larger
The satellite sector continues to enhance its offerings in order to both protect its traditional business strongholds and develop new revenue streams. To accomplish this, the satellite sector has improved its technology for delivering signals, but the problem seems to be that no matter how quickly they make advances, they are finding it difficult to keep pace with larger terrestrial competitors with more financial reserves ...More»
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From the Show Floor
Investment Bankers See Healthy Long-Term Financing Environment for Satellite
Industry lawyers and bankers compared notes on the satellite sector’s 2010 performance during Monday’s “Financial State of the Industry — Market Trends and Observations” session at SATELLITE 2011, coming to a positive consensus that the industry has returned to a state of financial normalcy. Futron COO Peggy Slye, who moderated the panel, opened the session by giving the audience a bird’s eye view of ongoing growth indicators in major industry sectors ...More»
Horowitz Notes New Media World Will Force Industry Change
Edward Horowitz, Director, U.S. Space, LLC says the satellite sector must adapt to the changing needs of Generation X and Generation Y if it is to stay relevant. In a luncheon speech at the SATELLITE 2011 Pre-Conference, Horowitz discussed the changes of the last 10 years and offered his views for the next 20 years in gauging the impact that the changing media could have on the satellite sector ...More»