former Chief Economist, Federal Communications Commission
Professor of Business Leadership and Management at New York University's Stern School of Management; Deputy Assistant Attorney General for Economic Analysis at the Justice Department's Antitrust Division (2001-2003) and Chief Economist of the Federal Communications Commission (1994-1996)
The Federal Communications Commission is best known for regulating phone companies and policing nudity and strong language on radio and TV.
Mar. 6, 2009from To the Point
Josh Barro and Ken White talk about Mary Trump’s tell-all book, Roger Stone’s orders from the judge and whether Sidney Powell and Jay Clayton are good lawyers.
Jul. 1from LRC Presents: All the President's Lawyers
Less than a month after the police killing of George Floyd, the protests around the country continue.
Jun. 18from To the Point
A four-part documentary series from KCRW. In the first episode of Samaritans, we meet Christine Curtiss, learn where she came from and what her everyday life is like on the street.
Jun. 13from To the Point
Media outlets in Los Angeles are re-examining their hiring practices, diversity and inclusion efforts, and pay disparities.
Jun. 16from Press Play with Madeleine Brand
Two LA City Councilmembers introduced a motion today that would replace some LAPD officers with unarmed, non-law enforcement workers tasked with responding to non-violent service…
Jun. 16from Greater LA
For the first time since nationwide protests erupted over police brutality, local elected officials in Los Angeles are set to vote later today on changes to the LAPD’s budget for the…
Jun. 15from News Stories
Scientific evidence shows that wearing a mask can protect both the wearer and the community around them from COVID-19.
Jul. 2from To the Point
John C. Fremont was instrumental in California becoming a state. He was one of the first two senators. He was the first Republican candidate for president in 1856.
Jul. 3from Press Play with Madeleine Brand
Read this post from Josh Barro about new changes on Left, Right & Center.
Jul. 1from Left, Right & Center