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The sale of the NBS Wireless Telephone® Organization To The Highest Bidder
1. Feature Story / The NBS100 Wireless Telephone® organization, like Google, Inc. -- let's people use the effects of it's goods, products, and services FREE. For decades, the WiTEL organization, like Google, pays itself back for the Freebies it gives out, by sharing the income derived from its name branded goods, and services within radio, movie and web content. The sharing process is perfected by the user embedding gKudoAd clicks for dollars on his/her website.
The WiTEL organization announced on June 1, 2008, the 90-day countdown for giving Freebies to the major Telcos like, AT&T, Verizon, and Sprint, will end unless they opt to join in the "USC@5" process!
"The risk of using new fresh words like CellPhone, WiTEL-1908, Handi, Mobile, iPhone, Wireless Phone, WiFive, WiFi, DTV-2009, WiFi187 or WiMAX-187 to define the old word, 'Wireless Telephone®,' and its effects is cannibalization and substitution," says Troy Cory, CEO of the NBS Radio Trust. Even the word "USif5" - "USCat5" or "USC@5" -- that denotes the 5th Amendment of the U.S. Constitution, is at risk.
"But the risk of not using them -- is probably just as great," says attorney, Charles Portz of Houston. NBS1908 executives say they aren't worried about any complaints coming from AT&T, Verizon, Sprint, or T-Mobile, because the NBS WiTEL organization action is coming from a position of originality, and strength, established over one hundred years ago.
The Wireless Telephone® organization picked-up its international assets legacy protection background from the 1905 USPTO rule book, and the granting of the 1908 "Wireless Telephone® patent, trademark, and copyrights. That's the something, along with the $-Billion dollar "USCat5," controversy, that AT&T, Verizon, Sprint, T-Mobil or the new kids on the block: Clearwire, NexWave or ComCast need to have in their corner to become the best in the WiTEL industry.
The FCC is now in a great position to end the 1911 Regulatory "WiFiat5" personal property seizure controversy - that ended the NBS1908 monopoly," says NBS100 attorney, Portz.
After 12 years of attempting to settle the $Billion "USCat5" controversy, it appears the Wireless Telephone® organization's face-off with land-line Telcos and the FCC will hit prime-time. Troy says that it all started when Congress enacted the Telecom Act of 1996. "The Act not only broke-up the AT&T monopoly, given to them by the Kingsbury Commitment of 1911, but, in a sense, it put the NBS1908 WiTEL monopoly status, back into place," says Portz. CLICK FOR Wiki MORE The TeleCom Act 1996. / MORE: Click to View YouTube, and the world of WiFi-187, WiTEL and DVB-T with Dr Deiter Hoff.
"When the Wireless Telephone® organization is purchased by one of the Telcos, and the deal is approved by the FCC, the $-Billion "USCat5" settlement process will end," says Portz. The USCat5 or Amendment V to the Constitution of the U.S.A. speaks for itself; it guarantees the process. "No person shall . . . not be deprived of life, liberty, or property, without due process of law; nor shall private property be taken for public use, without just compensation."
It was Warren Buffett who said, "I can't afford to go to Hollywood -- there's no money in the stuff." But that's the place where the NBS100 Wireless Telephone® organization set up shop in the mid-1960s to expand the RF effects of the "WiTEL 1908, with music and TV shows to help fill the active RF-300 airwaves full of NBS legacy assets.
"Imagine, how many wireless phone numbers have been sold to WiTEL users since that time," says Troy. NBS100 has been maintaining the rights to the Wireless Telephone® business from its TV-studios and offices in the Pasadena-Universal City area for decades. Troy inherited the job along with the $-Billion "USCat5" controversy -- from his father Oliver A.J. Stubblefield, and his uncle Bernard Stubblefield, of Murray, Kentucky." CLICK TO SEE CBSTV show, 1973 YouTube.
It was in 1991, that Troy first discovered a way that could settle the 1911, AT&T - Kingsbury Commitment matter that ended and destroyed the WiTEL-1908, N.B. Stubblefield monopoly. The new keyword for the new wNBS video network carrier was, "LookRadio," and the RF-300 regulatory settlement process was renamed "USCat5." CLICK FOR 1991 wNBS LookRadio Powley vGoogle Video.
While it's unlikely that an Internet service provider will be 'the telephone company' as we currently know it, telcos in the future are going to look much more like a development software environment giant, like Google. "The telcos will be hosting and delivering a full-fledge telephone company mixed in with cloud computing platforms," says Josie Cory. Josie is the publisher/editor of Television International Magazine, and co-author of the four volume set, 'The History of Broadcasting, the Smart-Daaf Boys," and "BofA, the Tortfeasors."
It's got to be strange to be Troy Cory-Stubblefield right now. If anyone should be able to look back on a career with a sense of satisfaction, he should.
The biological grandson of N.B. Stubblefield, the co-founder of VRA TelePlay Pictures, Smart90.com, WiTEL-1908, and the TeleKey Group, is retiring later this year along with his wife, Josie, to devote their full energies to the Stubblefield Radio Trust. Click to View YouTube, The Bequest.
"The Trust leaves behind not just one of the world's most influential businesses, but two entire industries. There's much money to be collected and given out from a WiTEL 1908 auction. Not only will Billions go back into the hands of the U.S. Treasury, through future FCC auctions lead by NBS Achievers, but Billions to the cultural-educational philanthropical community. The NBS100 "Teléph-on-délgreen" MSU Campus, and its RF police and fire emergency network system throughout the U.S. -- is a priority," says Josie Cory. CLICK FOR MORE ABOUT MSU
Before Troy took over the Wireless Telephone® business 35 years ago, the Wireless Telephone® was referred to as radio, computers were things delivered by forklift, and WiTEL-1908 effects from radio and a TV broadcast were free to listen to and watch. Today, Wireless Telephone(s)® are as ubiquitous as a TV-set, or a radio station built into the cellphone, or a Mac iPhone. The effects from the WiTEL-1908 property is a quarter-trillion-dollar business.
What sets Troy apart from his NBS-1908 predecessors, wasn't just his technical knowhow in wireless video productions, but his business vision in the world of the "cashless" society. He saw that if he used his MacIntosh operating system, and mouse to unify the look and feel of a TV monitor, and there was a simple way to pay for it, four things would happen. Consumers would buy more content because credit cards are easy to use; news-print suppliers would respond by converting their operations to utilize Quark express; the Smart90 WiTEL web server could be used to stream video; and fourthly, the mouse could control the click, to okay an approval transaction.
Part 03 / THE GOVERNMENT MONOPOLY CONCEPT
Economists have long understood the usefulness and power of having one platform in certain industries. But it rarely happened without government intervention because it was prohibitively expensive . . . So in the case of the NBS WiTEL-1908 personal property, the U.S. just took it, and that's when the $Billion WiFi@5 controversy began.
After the regulatory seizure took place, not only wasn't the NBS and WiTEL-1908 property paid for, but the name and effects were cannibalized. Using fresh new words like, radio, radio waves, radio broadcast, radio telegraphy, the RF spectrums bleached the word Wireless Telephone®, until it reappeared in the early 1980s.
The theme during during World War I was, "the more radio Antenna towers we have, the better the chances to win the war against Germany." CLICK FOR MORE ABOUT the NBS100 Regulatory Study.
4. The Scary Side / Does a war stimulate growth? The scary side of the picture is that most Telcos think of the Wireless Telephone® organization as part of an old telegraphy company, that went out of business at the end of WWI, as part of a war reparation. And, like a swarm of termites, the Telcos, and radio Radio-TV folks are still eating away at the basic principles of N.B. Stubblefield's WiTEL-1908 RF effects empire, and WiFi Internet wiring diagrams, just as they did at the time, the Wireless Telephone® Patent copyrighted drawings were published in 1908, for the world to see and improve upon.
Both Verizon and AT&T, and the Internet giant Google strategy are all rational -- but desperate enough to become the best in the world. It's a $20-billion-plus business out there in the world of WiTEL, and will easily cross $50 billion in five years, and another half a trillion within a few years, with the right international legacy phone number background.
But combining the assets of the NBS1908 legacy with one large Telco, and one Internet company should be an easy task. Those who study big mergers say that only about half turn out to be good for shareholders. But a merger with NBS100 WiTEL makes intuitive sense. NBS100 WiTEL is not a public company, it's family owned.
"It would be easy for a big company like AT&T, Verizon, Spring, Google or even Comcast to fit into the shoes of the NBS100 WiTEL-1908 organization," said Troy, "but personally I'd like to see Google get the WiTEL honor."
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