Thursday, November 10, 2005

FCC Chairman Martin Applauds White House Intention to Nominate Deborah Tate to be an FCC Commissioner

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE NEWS MEDIA CONTACT:
November 9, 2005 Daniel Gonzalez at (202)
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CHAIRMAN KEVIN J. MARTIN APPLAUDS WHITE HOUSE
ANNOUNCEMENT OF INTENTION TO NOMINATE DEBORAH T. TATE
AND MICHAEL J. COPPS TO BE COMMISSIONERS OF THE
FEDERAL COMMUNICATIONS COMMISSION

Today, Federal Communications Commission Chairman
Kevin J. Martin applauded President Bush’s
announcement of intention to nominate Deborah T. Tate
and Michael J. Copps to be Commissioners of the
Federal Communications Commission.

Of the announcements, Chairman Martin said, “If
confirmed, Debi Tate will be an excellent addition to
the Commission. She has a distinguished career in
state government, and she has worked closely with the
Commission in her role as Director of the Tennessee
Regulatory Authority. Also, if confirmed, I look
forward to continuing to work closely with
Commissioner Copps. He has served admirably at the
Commission for the past four years, and I respect his
insight and thoughtfulness on issues before the
Commission. I welcome both Debi and Michael, and I
appreciate their continued dedication to public
service.”

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