Ratcliffe Named Acting Chief of Enforcement Bureau

Acting FCC Chairwoman Mignon Clyburn has named Bob Ratcliffe acting chief of the FCC’s Enforcement Bureau.

Ratcliffe moves over from the Media Bureau, where he had been had been deputy chief.

The move was prompted because Clyburn recently named the previous chief of the Enforcement Bureau, Michele Ellison, as her chief of staff.

Ratcliffe has been at the commission for more than 35 years. He’s had stints as acting chief of the Media Bureau during the final phases of the digital television transition in 2009 and as deputy chief of the Enforcement Bureau from 2006 to 2009. Previously, Ratcliffe held various positions in the former Mass Media Bureau. 


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