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The Five Spot: David Goodfriend

Locast founder David GoodfriendWeiner Brodsky Kider PCAs Aereo’s backers found out nearly a decade ago, an entrepreneur is in for the fight of their life when seeking to stream seemingly free over-the-air broadcast signals to consumers. But David Goodfriend, a former deputy staff secretary to President Bill Clinton, an ex-Dish Network attorney and previously an adviser to FCC commissioner Susan Ness, has been girding for this battle seemingly his entire career. The lawyer’s nonprofit over-the-top service, Locast, is now in 18 U. S. markets, streaming broadcast stations to more than 42 million U. S.

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