Paul is combining his skills in journalism, taking it one step up from blogging and offering a product offering that he claims will be more economical than a traditional research firm. Case in point: his first report described below is available for $149.00, which entitles readers to a year's worth of news flashes and report updates in the Wireless Broadband category of coverage.
The long-term goal of SIDECUT REPORTS is to provide an online home for long-form analysis of topics at the intersection of Telecommunications, the Internet and Public Policy.
Paul's first report, "Xohm Or Go Home: Why 2008 Is WiMax's Breakout Year in the U.S. -- Or Else!," the is the first of Sidecut Reports' planned list of in-depth looks into topics at the intersection of telecommunications, the Internet and public policy.
The WiMax report is based on several months of reporting, including in-person interviews at the most recent industry trade shows, as well as direct interviews with companies and executives from the product manufacturers and service providers in the WiMax arena. The end result is an editorially independent report that provides the reader with an in-depth look at the most current state of the WiMax market in the U.S., and how it might create business opportunities for enterprises, investors and entrepreneurs in markets including mobile Internet businesses, software development, and mobile device manufacturing.
But Wait. There's More!
Sidecut Reports plans to offer three more reports in this calendar year, in the coverage catetgory areas of Public Policy, Internet Video Infrastructure, and Advanced Telephony. The next scheduled report is on the topic of "Network Neutrality." Full-site yearly subscriptions are also available, as are subscription discounts for students and professionals at non-profit organizations.
Stay tuned to the Sidecut Blog for ongoing analysis and more information as the site gets built out and congrats to Paul.