Obama To Tap McDowell For 2nd FCC Term
The White House revealed Obama's plans Tuesday, saying that McDowell, nominated to a first term by President George W. Bush and sworn in as an FCC commissioner in June 2006, brought 16 years of experience in the communications industry to the post.
The nomination has the backing of industry groups, including the National Association of Broadcasters.
“NAB salutes President Obama and congratulates Commissioner McDowell ... We have deep...
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