The 2020 Election and the FCC: An Insider’s Guide



WASHINGTON, D.C. — The 2020 election is expected to attract more than $8 billion in media spending. The FCC will be the forum for resolving complaints engendered by hyper-partisan campaigning.

FCC enforcement decisions will be shaped by Bobby Baker, the head of the Media Bureau’s Political Programming Office who holds the title of Assistant Chief of the Media Bureau’s Policy Division.

Thanks to the efforts of prominent Washington-based communications law attorney Erwin Krasnow, Baker agreed to provide RBR+TVBR an exclusive behind-the-scenes look at how the Commission’s Political Programming Office processes candidate complaints and enforces the FCC’s rules governing political programming and advertising.

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