Gary Forsee, who led Sprint from 2003 to 2007, had told industry analyst Roger Entner about his vision to make Sprint a media company that would marry its wireless network with content. The marriage didn’t develop at Sprint, Entner said, and the company continues to work on “the basics” of providing a strong and reliable network experience.
Gary Forsee, who led Sprint from 2003 to 2007, had told industry analyst Roger Entner about his vision to make Sprint a media company that would marry its wireless network with content. The marriage didn’t develop at Sprint, Entner said, and the company continues to work on “the basics” of providing a strong and reliable network experience. File photo by Allison Long The Kansas City Star
Gary Forsee, who led Sprint from 2003 to 2007, had told industry analyst Roger Entner about his vision to make Sprint a media company that would marry its wireless network with content. The marriage didn’t develop at Sprint, Entner said, and the company continues to work on “the basics” of providing a strong and reliable network experience. File photo by Allison Long The Kansas City Star

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