William Kennard confirmed as first black chairman of Federal Communications Commission

November 1997
Jet;11/17/97, Vol. 92 Issue 26, p12
Announces that William E. Kennard was confirmed by the US Senate to head the Federal Communications Commission (FCC), which makes him the first black to hold the post. Brief career highlights; Background information.


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