He’s the newest member of the FCC. Nathan Simington is someone all radio broadcasters need to know.
That’s exactly what attendees of this year’s Hispanic Radio Conference will have the opportunity to do when Commissioner Simington kicks off Day Two of the conference.
As a former senior advisor at the National Telecommunications and Information Administration, Simington is well prepared to address the many items on the commission docket that will impact broadcasters in the years ahead.
Hispanic Radio Conference attendees will get the chance to hear him elaborate on his positions on a wide range of those issues. “First, I want to enable innovation, new technologies, and new business models,” he says. “Second, I want regulatory stability. Whenever I can advocate to stop a partisan pendulum swinging between administrations on a matter of FCC policy, I will do so. An adequate but stable rule is better than a good rule that is in danger of being revoked every election cycle.”
Third, Simington says he prefers, whenever possible, “fewer and more modest rules.”
He is coming to listen to Hispanic broadcasters as well. “I want to know what you think, because it helps me to clarify how I think,” he says.
Don’t miss the opportunity to be part of this important session with FCC Commissioner Nathan Simington. It’s another reason you can’t afford to miss the Hispanic Radio Conference agenda. Register today for early bird pricing.
If you are staying in Miami, don’t forget to take advantage of our limited room block at the Intercontinental at Doral.