A New FCC for a New Economy

Hearn, Ted
July 2001
Multichannel News;7/9/2001, Vol. 22 Issue 28, p30
Reports on the structural reorganization at FCC company. Emphasis on aligning agency based on services offered; Information on the various head of the FCC and alleged anomalies committed; Formation of additional office division.


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