Drew FitzGerald is a telecom reporter for The Wall Street Journal based in Washington, DC. His coverage focuses on trends in media, network infrastructure and technology policy around the world.
His recent work covered the protracted court battle over AT&T’s purchase of Time Warner and the factors that led T-Mobile to bid for rival Sprint. He has also written about the roadblocks hindering 5G network deployment, competitive forces buffeting the pay-TV industry and the impact deep-pocketed Silicon Valley companies have made on the Internet’s plumbing. Previously, as a retail industry reporter, he wrote extensively about e-commerce and chronicled RadioShack’s decline and ultimate bankruptcy.
Mr FitzGerald holds a bachelors degree in journalism from Boston University and is a Dow Jones News Fund alumnus.
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