Doyle New Chief, FCC’s ASD

Doyle New Chief, FCC’s ASD
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Peter Doyle has been named Chief of the FCC’s Mass Media Bureau’s Audio Services Division.

Doyle joined the agency in 1995 and has served as ASD Deputy Chief since 1998. He is a major contributor to several recent rulemaking proceedings to streamline broadcast application processing and licensing procedures, initiate electronic filing, and increase flexibility in the radio technical rules. He also has been extensively involved in the Commission’s terrestrial digital audio broadcasting and low power FM initiatives. Prior to joining the Commission, Doyle was an associate at Arter & Hadden between 1991 – 1995 and at Dow, Lohnes & Albertson between 1985 – 1991, where he specialized in broadcast, wireless cable, and cable matters.

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