Crown Castle tower activity ramps up in Q2, municipality backlogs bog down small cell construction

Fierce Wireless reported on Crown Castle’s Q2 earnings, noting the company has boosted its yearly guidance after its tower leasing activity increased in the second quarter. The article includes commentary from CEO Jay Brown, who states "Our current tower leasing activity is our highest in more than a decade and we believe this level of activity will carry into next year."

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Crown Castle positioned for outsized portion of initial Dish build, CFO says

After being the first tower company to secure an infrastructure deal with DISH, Crown Castle is positioned for an outsized portion of the initial DISH buildout. The 15 -year Master Lease Agreement (MLA) between the two companies is for up to 20,000 tower sites and includes fiber services as we...

Crown Castle CFO: Fiber business a differentiator for Dish tower deal

Crown Castle CFO Dan Schlanger presented at the New Street 2020: 5G, Infrastructure, Applications, Innovation, Disruption Conference, where he spoke on topics including small cell deployment and the recently signed long-term tower agreement with DISH. “We can’t get too much into th...

How Telecom Towers, Fiber Fit into a Digital Real Estate World

Marc Ganzi, CEO of Digital Colony Management, spoke at a Fifth Gen Media Event, where he was asked a question by Rich Berliner of Fifth Gen Media related to why industry analysts give higher praise for Digital Colony’s fiber-optic cable assets over those owned by Crown Castle. In respons...

DISH Signs Multi-Year Anchor Tenant Tower Agreement with Crown Castle

DISH and Crown Castle have announced a long-term agreement through which Crown Castle will lease DISH space on up to 20,000 communication towers. As part of this agreement, DISH will receive certain fiber transport services and also have the option to utilize Crown Castle for pre-construction ...

Preserving Key Communications

The University of Delaware and Crown Castle reached an agreement to build a communications tower to provide connectivity for everyday mobile use and emergency communications. “Our goal was to find a partner to build a new communications tower that would continue to be effective and relia...

Bureau of Land Management seeking input on cell towers along Red Rock Canyon Road

The Bureau of Land Management in Las Vegas (NV) is seeking public comment to allow Crown Castle to improve coverage by installing seven antenna nodes to new and existing utility poles on Red Rock Canyon Road. Supporters note that improved coverage will increase public safety by enabling first ...

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