Fred Hopengarten

Fred Hopengarten

Since 1990, Fred Hopengarten has been a communications lawyer (practicing mostly in the field of antennas and towers) and a consultant to venture capital firms on communications investments. He has handled hard questions in over 250 tower matters, including a case pertaining to one of the largest mountain top antenna farms in the United States. He is also an industry speaker for organizations such as the Electronics Industries Association, the National Association of Broadcasters, the Society of Broadcast Engineers, and the Satellite Communications Users' Conference. Mr. Hopengarten’s published works include: zoning articles for Communications-Engineering Digest, ComputerWorld, Cable Television Business, CableVision, Cable Marketing, Broadcasting and in 2001, the American Radio Relay League published his book Antenna Zoning for the Radio Amateur. He is a graduate of Colby College, Boston College Law School, and Harvard Business School. As you might expect, his website is www.antennazoning.com.

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Fred Hopengarten is a communications lawyer specializing in antennas and towers and an industry speaker for organizations such as the Electronics Industries Association, National Association of Broadcasters, Society of Broadcast Engineers. Published works include: zoning articles for Communications-Engineering Digest, ComputerWorld, Cable Television Business, CableVision, and Cable Marketing Broadcasting.

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