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Former ten-year Commissioner on the Federal Communications Commission, Michael J. Copps, and special adviser to the nonpartisan consumer group Common Cause, warned that the planned merger was "another blow to the diversity of journalism that we should have... fewer and fewer ...
Before joining the staff of the committee, she served as legal adviser to former FCC Commissioner Michael J. Copps. She also served at the agency as legal counsel to the chief of the Wireline Competition Bureau and as an attorney-adviser in the Wireline Competition Bureau. The Hispanic ...

He was never Obama's pick to lead the FCC, however, as that distinction went to Tom Wheeler, Mignon Clyburn, Julius Genachowski, and Michael J. Copps, the last of whom served five months in an acting capacity. In other words, in addition to taking a random, needless shot at critics of a widely disliked ...
Before joining the Committee, Ms. Rosenworcel worked at the Federal Communications Commission from 1999 to 2007, serving as Legal Advisor and then Senior Legal Advisor to Commissioner Michael J. Copps (2003-2007), Legal Counsel to the Bureau Chief of the Wireline Competition Bureau ...
Before joining the Committee, Ms. Rosenworcel worked at the Federal Communications Commission from 1999 to 2007, serving as Legal Advisor and then Senior Legal Advisor to Commissioner Michael J. Copps (2003-2007), Legal Counsel to the Bureau Chief of the Wireline Competition Bureau ...
Michael J. Copps, a Democratic commissioner on the Federal Communications Commission from 2001 to 2011 who is now a special adviser to the nonpartisan consumer group Common Cause, called the planned merger “another blow to the diversity of journalism that we should have.” “It's symptomatic of ...

Bob Onder for the past two years, previously spending four years as Chief of Staff to Senator John Lamping. Prior to that she served as a law clerk to Michael J. Copps of the Federal Communications Commission. She holds a bachelor's degree from the University of Missouri School of Journalism and J.D. ...
Michael J. Copps, a former F.C.C. commissioner who is working with the nonprofit advocacy group Common Cause to keep net-neutrality safeguards in place, said big telecommunications and entertainment companies had spent millions to lobby for rules that would allow them to tilt the scales in their favor.
Other revolving Comcast lobbyists include James Coltharp, who served as a special counsel to commissioner James H. Quello until 1997, and Jordan Goldstein, who worked as a senior legal adviser to commissioner Michael J. Copps. John Morabito, who served a number of roles in the FCC's Common ...
Without vibrant media that dig for facts and tell truth to the American people, we don't have a shot at resolving the many challenges our country confronts. It is not only an audience that's being held captive—it is our democracy, too. Michael J. CoppsMichael J. Copps was an FCC commissioner from 2001 to ...
He was never Obama's pick to lead the FCC, however, as that distinction went to Tom Wheeler, Mignon Clyburn, Julius Genachowski, and Michael J. Copps, the last of whom served five months in an acting capacity. In other words, in addition to taking a random, needless shot at critics of a widely disliked ...
Congress balked. The Senate Commerce Committee unanimously denounced the FCC's attempt. The FCC backed off. FCC Commissioner Michael J. Copps' commented: “Congress and the American people have done everything but march down to Southwest DC and physically shake some sense into us.
Before joining the Committee, Ms. Rosenworcel worked at the Federal Communications Commission from 1999 to 2007, serving as Legal Advisor and then Senior Legal Advisor to Commissioner Michael J. Copps (2003-2007), Legal Counsel to the Bureau Chief of the Wireline Competition Bureau ...
Before joining the Committee, Ms. Rosenworcel worked at the Federal Communications Commission from 1999 to 2007, serving as Legal Advisor and then Senior Legal Advisor to Commissioner Michael J. Copps (2003-2007), Legal Counsel to the Bureau Chief of the Wireline Competition Bureau ...
Michael J. Copps, a Democratic commissioner on the Federal Communications Commission from 2001 to 2011 who is now a special adviser to the nonpartisan consumer group Common Cause, called the planned merger “another blow to the diversity of journalism that we should have.” “It's symptomatic of ...
Bob Onder for the past two years, previously spending four years as Chief of Staff to Senator John Lamping. Prior to that she served as a law clerk to Michael J. Copps of the Federal Communications Commission. She holds a bachelor's degree from the University of Missouri School of Journalism and J.D. ...
Even so, it will not be easy. Michael J. Copps, a Democrat and former commissioner for the F.C.C., said that he was preparing, with consumer groups, to battle an AT&T lobbying surge. AT&T “has a huge lobbying budget and the sharpest lawyers money can buy to get this deal approved,” Mr. Copps said.

Since the early 20th century, broadcasters have been able to use the airwaves for free, to the chagrin of some, such as FCC commissioner Michael J. Copps, who wrote a 2007 editorial for the New York Times excoriating his own agency: "Using the public airwaves is a privilege—a lucrative one—not a right ...
Michael J. Copps, a former F.C.C. commissioner who is working with the nonprofit advocacy group Common Cause to keep net-neutrality safeguards in place, said big telecommunications and entertainment companies had spent millions to lobby for rules that would allow them to tilt the scales in their favor.
Without vibrant media that dig for facts and tell truth to the American people, we don't have a shot at resolving the many challenges our country confronts. It is not only an audience that's being held captive—it is our democracy, too. Michael J. CoppsMichael J. Copps was an FCC commissioner from 2001 to ...
The F.C.C. vote was 4 to 1, with the senior Democratic commissioner, Michael J. Copps, casting the dissenting vote. Mr. Copps, who had expressed doubt in the past about whether the combination would benefit consumers, said in a statement Tuesday that it “confers too much power in one company's ...
Users of wireless microphones, including sports leagues, musicians and large churches, have also complained about potential interference from the new Internet devices and lobbied against the changes. Commissioner Michael J. Copps said the white spaces offered great potential for American consumers ...
Before joining the staff of the committee, she served as legal adviser to former FCC Commissioner Michael J. Copps. She also served at the agency as legal counsel to the chief of the Wireline Competition Bureau and as an attorney-adviser in the Wireline Competition Bureau. The Hispanic Radio ...
Congress balked. The Senate Commerce Committee unanimously denounced the FCC's attempt. The FCC backed off. FCC Commissioner Michael J. Copps' commented: “Congress and the American people have done everything but march down to Southwest DC and physically shake some sense into us.
Before joining the Committee, Ms. Rosenworcel worked at the Federal Communications Commission from 1999 to 2007, serving as Legal Advisor and then Senior Legal Advisor to Commissioner Michael J. Copps (2003-2007), Legal Counsel to the Bureau Chief of the Wireline Competition Bureau ...
... serving as Legal Advisor and then Senior Legal Advisor to Commissioner Michael J. Copps (2003-2007), Legal Counsel to the Bureau Chief ...
... Advisor to Commissioner Michael J. Copps (2003-2007), Legal Counsel to the Bureau Chief of the Wireline Competition Bureau (2002-2003) ...
Michael J. Copps, a Democratic commissioner on the Federal Communications Commission from 2001 to 2011 who is now a special adviser to ...
Prior to that she served as a law clerk to Michael J. Copps of the Federal Communications Commission. She holds a bachelor's degree from the ...
Michael J. Copps, a former Democratic member of the Federal Communications Commission and an adviser to the Common Cause public ...
Tom Wheeler of the F.C.C. said that speculation that the F.C.C. was “gutting the open Internet rule” was “flat out wrong.” Credit Mary F. Calvert ...
Former FCC commissioner Michael Copps has a long history of trying to support consumer interests. He has been an outspoken critic of media ...
By Michael J. Copps ..... Michael J. CoppsMichael J. Copps was an FCC commissioner from 2001 to 2011 and currently heads the Media and ...
Commissioner Michael J. Copps said the white spaces offered great potential for American consumers. At today's meeting in Washington, D.C., ...
He was never Obama's pick to lead the FCC, however, as that distinction went to Tom Wheeler, Mignon Clyburn, Julius Genachowski, and Michael J. Copps, the last of whom served five months in an acting capacity. In other words, in addition to taking a random, needless shot at critics of a widely disliked ...
... serving as Legal Advisor and then Senior Legal Advisor to Commissioner Michael J. Copps (2003-2007), Legal Counsel to the Bureau Chief ...
... Advisor to Commissioner Michael J. Copps (2003-2007), Legal Counsel to the Bureau Chief of the Wireline Competition Bureau (2002-2003) ...
Michael J. Copps, a Democratic commissioner on the Federal Communications Commission from 2001 to 2011 who is now a special adviser to ...
Federal Communications Commissioner Mignon Clyburn ripped the FCC's decisions Thursday to soften regulations on business data services ...
No citizen should be denied the news and information needed to participate in our democracy. Our freedoms of speech and expression are ...
Prior to that she served as a law clerk to Michael J. Copps of the Federal Communications Commission. She holds a bachelor's degree from the ...
Michael J. Copps, a Democrat and former commissioner for the F.C.C., said that he was preparing, with consumer groups, to battle an AT&T ...
Former FCC commissioner Michael Copps has a long history of trying to support consumer interests. He has been an outspoken critic of media ...
Registration is now open for the Multicultural Media, Telecom and Internet Council's 8th Annual Broadband and Social Justice Summit, taking place on Feb. 7 in Washington.
Prior to that she served as a law clerk to Michael J. Copps of the Federal Communications Commission. She holds a bachelor's degree from the University of Missouri School of Journalism and J.D.
We spoke with Michael J. Copps, former FCC Commissioner and Senior Advisor for Media and Democracy Reform at Common Cause. Photo courtesty of FCC.
Michael J. Copps, former FCC Commissioner and Senior Advisor for Media and Democracy Reform at Common Cause. Photo courtesty of FCC.
Having joined the FCC in 2010, Hone has served in a number of positions, including as a legal advisor to former Commissioner Michael J. Copps and as a deputy division chief in the Telecommunications Access Policy Division in the Wireless Competition ...
Furthermore, the moment is believed to have had an impact on the nature of daytime soap operas, which had begun broadcasting more nudity around that time.
The Honorable Michael J. Copps, former acting chairman and commissioner of the U.S. Federal Communications Commission (FCC) will be the keynote speaker.


 

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