Your browser is out-of-date!

Update your browser to view this website correctly. Update my browser now


Branson Takes Over at MMTC as Coley Retires

Former FCC advisor and veteran telecom and media lawyer is a familiar face in Washington

Robert Branson, MMTC, Multicultural Media, Telecom and Internet Council
Robert Branson

The Multicultural Media, Telecom and Internet Council has announced that Robert Branson is the new president and CEO of the group as of June 1, as Maurita Coley officially retires.

Branson is a former Federal Communications Commission staff advisor along with a media and telecom industry lawyer who spent time at Verizon, Association of Local Television Stations, National Association of Broadcasters and Post/Newsweek Stations. He is also former president of the Federal Communications Bar Association.

MMTC Board Chair and Treasurer Ronald Johnson said, “Given President Branson’s many years of service in government and in the private sector public and private entities, he is the perfect person to lead MMTC. We extend our deepest appreciation and many thanks to Maurita Coley who has, since 2012, served us admirably, with unparalleled integrity and transparency.”