Planner Adder: FCC’s Shuldiner In At IEEE


WASHINGTON, D.C. — Here’s something that you will want to put on your calendar and make plans for today: The FCC’s Audio Division Chief has agreed to be a Keynote Speaker at the 2018 IEEE Broadcast Symposium.

Albert Shuldiner will address attendees on Wednesday, Oct. 10.

The event is organized by the IEEE Broadcast Technology Society (BTS), and is scheduled for Oct. 9-11 at the Key Bridge Marriott in Roslyn, Va.; the hotel is on the Metro Blue, Orange and Silver Lines and minutes from Reagan National Airport and all K Street law firms and Capitol Hill offices.,

“Al has a combination of both government and commercial executive mass media experience, and we are looking forward to hearing his unique insights,” BTS said.

Shuldiner joined the FCC in January 2018. As Chief of the Audio Division, he oversees the Commission’s licensing and regulation of AM, FM, FM Translator, FM Booster and Low Power FM stations.

Before joining the Commission, Al was the General Counsel of iBiquity Digital Corp., the inventor of the HD Radio system for digital AM and FM broadcasting. He managed iBiquity’s legal and regulatory work, including the licensing of the company’s intellectual property and the multi-year effort to obtain FCC approval of the HD Radio system. He also directed the company’s domestic and international standard-setting activity.

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