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The Telecoms.com Podcast: UK coverage, monetizing 5G and Nokia

Scott and Iain from Light Reading are joined by returning special guest, telecoms analyst William Webb this week. They start by looking at the latest coverage aspirations for the UK market, move on to look at how much progress the industry is making towards monetizing 5G now that it has been launched and conclude with an analysis of Nokia’s latest earnings announcement.


2 comments

  1. Avatar 186k 01/11/2019 @ 9:42 am

    Thanks for another interesting show. Scott, I just have one picky point about your hosting style. You’re clearly a good conversationalist but one aspect doesn’t appear to translate well to a podcast and that’s your tendency to interrupt the flow of your guests responses to your questions. The interruptions take the form of you saying yes in agreement every 20sec or so and also injecting your own take not long after they’ve started speaking. As a listener it sort of makes me nervous as I want to hear the full response to your questions of an expert like William or Ian, who also clearly know’s his stuff, but I’m listening fearing your next interruption. I think your “bantering” style is good but just needs be rowed back a bit for radio

    • Scott Bicheno Scott Bicheno 01/11/2019 @ 3:17 pm

      Great feedback, thanks. I will try to take it on board in future pods.

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