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3G sector inquiry > Archive

This page presents the preparatory work for the final report pdf of the inquiry: the preliminary report, the statements made during its public presentation and the comments received.

Documents are presented in inverse chronological order.

Non-confidential comments from interested parties on preliminary findings of the New Media (3G) Sector Inquiry

Comments received from TV operators

Comments received from rights holders

Comments received from telecom operators

Comments received from other interested parties

Public presentation of the preliminary findings of the New Media (3G) Sector Inquiry, Brussels 27 May 2005

Agenda pdf

Statements and papers presented
  • Keynote speech pdf – Philip Lowe, Director General, DG Competition
  • G. Rocca , Deputy Director General Antitrust, DG Competition - Introductory speech pdf
  • Overview of the situation in the 3G sector. Peter Rodford, European Commission, DG Information Society - Presentation slides pdf
  • Analytical framework of the sector inquiry. Dr Gunnar Niels, Oxera - Presentation slides pdf
  • Sports content over 3G. Market definition issues. Alain Crawford, DG Competition - Presentation slides pdf
  • Business patterns. Nynke Tigchelaar, DG Competition - Presentation slides pdf
  • Preliminary findings in the EFTA States. Dessislava Choumelova, EFTA Surveillance Authority - Presentation slides pdf
  • Hannah McCausland, European Newspaper Publishers' Association - ENPA - Paper pdf
  • Comments on the issues paper. Damien Geradin, University of Liège and College of Europe, Bruges. Presentation slides pdf
  • Ric Brown, Telenor Nordic. Presentation slides pdf
  • Mobile sports rights in context Richard Feasey, Vodafone Group Service Limited. Presentation slides pdf

Preliminary findings (May 2005)

Issues paper pdf on the preliminary findings

  
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