Editor's Note

By Monberg, Jennifer J. | Federal Communications Law Journal, March 2005 | Go to article overview

Editor's Note


Monberg, Jennifer J., Federal Communications Law Journal


I am delighted to welcome you to the second issue of Volume 57 of the Federal Communications Law Journal. This issue is the first of the Bush Administration's second term and the first since Chairman Powell announced his resignation as chair of the Federal Communications Commission. As a result, the Editorial Board decided to focus this issue on the communications policy successes and failures of the past four years, and the lessons they offer for the next four.

The issue features essays by a number of distinguished and knowledgeable communications law experts, reflecting a diverse array of perspectives and experiences:

Daniel Brenner is Senior Vice President for Law & Regulatory Policy at the National Cable & Telecommunications Association. Previously he served as Senior Legal Advisor to FCC Chairman Mark Fowler; Professor, Director of the Communications Law Program, and Faculty Advisor to the Federal Communications Law Journal at UCLA Law School; and Vice-Chairman of the Board of Directors of the Corporation for Public Broadcasting.

Antoinette Cook Bush is a partner in the Communications Group of Skadden Arps Slate Meagher & Flom, LLC. Previously she served as Executive Vice President of Northpoint Technology Ltd. and BroadwaveUSA, Inc., and Senior Counsel to the Communications Subcommittee of the U.S. Senate Commerce, Science and Transportation Committee. She is joined by Skadden associates John M. Beahn and Malcolm Tuesley, a former Editor-in-Chief of the Journal.

Allen Hammond is Professor of Law at the Santa Clara University School of Law and Director of the Broadband Institute of California. Previously he served as an attorney and Program Manager of the Minority Telecommunications Development Program at the National Telecommunications and Information Administration; General Counsel of WJLA-TV; Senior Attorney at the Media Access Project; Associate General Counsel of MCI Communications Corp.; and Professor and Director of the New York Law School Communications Media Center.

John Sturm is President and Chief Executive Officer of the Newspaper Association of America. Previously he served as Senior Vice President for Public Policy and General Counsel at the NAA; Vice President for Government Affairs in the Washington office of CBS; an attorney in the Washington office of NBC; and a legal advisor to the FCC Chairman.

Wendy Seltzer is an attorney with the Electronic Frontier Foundation and a fellow with the Berkman Center for Internet & Society at Harvard Law School. Previously she taught Internet Law as an adjunct professor at St. John's University School of Law and practiced intellectual property and technology litigation at Kramer Levin.

Adam D. Thierer is Senior Fellow and Director, Center for Media Freedom, Progress & Freedom Foundation in Washington, D.C. Previously he served as Director of Telecommunications Studies at the Cato Institute, Alex C. …

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