TITLE

Carter stepping down from top job at Ofcom

AUTHOR(S)
Turner, Mimi
PUB. DATE
May 2006
SOURCE
Hollywood Reporter -- International Edition;5/30/2006, Vol. 394 Issue 31, p44
SOURCE TYPE
Periodical
DOC. TYPE
Article
ABSTRACT
The article reports that Stephen Carter, chief executive of British media regulator Ofcom, is stepping down after three years on the job. Carter, who is expected to return to the private sector, will cease to be party to Ofcom's economic, competition and policy decisions. A search for Carter's successor will begin in June 2006, with his deputy, Ed Richards, considered a serious contender for the job. Ofcom is the independent regulator and competition authority for the British communications industries, with responsibilities across television, radio, telecommunications and wireless communications services.
ACCESSION #
21324938

 

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