Latest News

25 February 2015 - Google has published the latest iteration of its global broadband pricing database, prepared by Communications Chambers

20 January 2015 - Robin Foster has been speaking at the Future Media Lab conference on Media Diversity in the Digital Age 

20 January 2015 - Communications Chambers has undertaken a Preliminary Market Impact Assessment of the BBC's proposed changes to BBC Three and launch of a BBC One+1 channel

10 November 2014 - The Broadband Stakeholders Group has published Robert Kenny's study, Out of home use of the Internet

5 November 2014 - Robin Foster has written on media plurality and digital intermediaries for the LSE media policy blog

1 November 2014 - Tim Suter has been appointed to the Board of the Press Recognition Panel 

27 October 2014 - Rob Kenny has been interviewed by the Austrailian Financial Review on his bandwidth demand forecasts

25 September 2014 - Robin Foster has presented a paper on media plurality to a seminar hosted by the Broadcasting Authority of Ireland

27 August 2014 - Australia's Department of Communications has published a forecast by Communications Chambers of of Australian broadband speed demand

15 July 2014 - The prestigious Berkman Center has published analysis based on the broadband pricing database Communications Chambers built for Google

19 May 2014 - Robin Foster has been appointed an independent director of ATVOD.

12 May 2014 - Robert Kenny and Claire Milne have written a a report for Vodafone, considering mobile's potential as a tool for Digital Inclusion.

28 November 2013 - Robin Foster and Tom Broughton have compiled a report for the Commercial Broadcasters Association (COBA) which examines the UK's future as a global TV hub, and the role that multichannel broadcasters can play in securing further growth in the UK TV sector.

5 November 2013 - Robert Kenny and Tom Broughton's report and model for the Broadband Stakehold Group have been published today. The model adopts a technology agnostic approach to forecast demand for bandwidth in the UK over the next decade. More here.

2 October 2013 - Robin Foster presented at the event to launch Ofcom's specturm stragegy consultation, and spoke on the potential for greater use of market mechanisms in spectrum allocation.

5 September 2013 - Robert Kenny and Aileen Dennis have published a report, commissioned by the CCIA, assessing broadband switching barriers in Europe.

20 June 2013 - Robert Kenny and Tom Broughton have published a report, commissioned by Vodafone, which takes a critical analysis of Finnish consultancy Rewheel's report into European mobile prices.

14 June 2013 - Robin Foster and Robert Kenny have both provided written evidence to the House of Lords inquiry into media plurality, and Robin has recently given oral evidence.

17 May 2013 - We've just completed an update of the broadband pricing database for Google  - bigger, better and more global! 

17 April 2013 - Robert Kenny has given a presentation on 'Ultrafast broadband - A solution in search of a problem?' at George Mason University

28 March 2013 - Robin Foster has just completed a spell as special adviser to the UK House of Lords Communications Committee for its Inquiry into media convergence and the future regulatory framework. The  Committee's report has just been published

8 February 2013 - We've published interactive maps showing the location and power of the UK's DTT tranmitters

17 January 2013 - Robin Foster and Tom Broughton have published a paper for the BBC on how prominence rules need to change in a converged world






Welcome to Communications Chambers.

We are a consultancy specialising in telecoms, media and technology. We advise on issues of strategy, policy and regulation.

Our members have worked at senior levels in industry or in regulators, in addition to having many years of consulting experience.

Recent or current assignments have been for clients as diverse as the BBC, Google, The Broadband Stakeholders Group, Vodafone, Digital UK, the Australian Government, Telstra and the Broadcasting Authority of Ireland. 
Our members have substantial international experience, having worked across Europe, the US and Asia. 
Communications Chambers members may work individually or jointly on projects, depending on client needs. We can also call on analytic and research resources where necessary.