A Conversation with Federal Communications Commissioner Ajit Pai - Podcast
Telecommunications & Electronic Media Practice Group Podcast
September 9, 2013Ajit V. Pai, Gregory E. Sopkin
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A Conversation with Federal Communications Commissioner Ajit Pai - MP3
Running Time: 0:59:27
Ajit Pai was nominated to the Federal Communications Commission by President Barack Obama and on May 7, 2012 was confirmed unanimously by the United States Senate. He was interviewed by Gregory Sopkin of Wilkinson Barker Knauer, LLP for a Federalist Society Teleforum on current hot topics before the Commission. Topics included incentive auctions, federal spectrum, the IP transition, process reform, and media ownership. Commissioner Pai's goal in all of these areas is to create a regulatory environment in which competition and innovation will flourish, and he seeks to shape regulation that gives private firms the strongest incentive to raise and invest capital; to develop new products and services; and to compete in established and new markets. Specifically, Commissioner Pai is working to remove uncertainty that can deter businesses and investors from taking risks, to revisit outdated regulations, and to set clear, modernized rules for the road.
- Hon. Ajit V. Pai, Federal Communications Commission
- Moderator: Mr. Gregory E. Sopkin, Partner, Wilkinson, Barker, Knauer, LLP