Tony, prior or QComm, participated in all FCC auction relocation efforts since 1997 and started zCommunications as an engineering and tower services company for the carriers. He has negotiated and managed the replacement/decommissioning of ~500 microwave paths while participating in the PCIA relocation working group fro Sprint and Nextel and other carriers. Tony has served as VP and President of multiple medium sized regional tower companies as well as owned and operated services companies in the broadcast and telecommunication industry. As a proverbial “Rocket Scientist” Tony, holds an Aeronautical Engineering degree from, ASU, and used those studies in the aerospace industry, until 1997.
John Owen is a broadcast Principle with over 50 years in the industry. Prior to the 2GHZ project, John was the chief engineer at WBNS, which was the first station in Ohio to convert to full high-definition studio broadcasting. Owen held a VP position for the Austin Company where he designed TV stations around the world, and was also a VP of Engineering for Taft Broadcasting. John brought his Chief status to QCommunications in 2008 as owner and Chief Technical Officer.