Sep 30, 2011
Alvarado, Jackson, Taylor named to FCC Diversity Committee
Three public broadcasters have been named to the Federal Communication Commission's Diversity Committee (PDF). Joaquin Alvarado, senior vice president for digital innovation for American Public Media/Minnesota Public Radio; Maxie Jackson, president of the National Federation of Community Broadcasters; and Loris Ann Taylor, president of Native Public Media, will serve on the committee, which advises the commission on policies and practices to enhance diversity in telecommunications. It is chaired by former FCC Commissioner Henry Rivera. The committee's first meeting will be Dec. 6.
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