President Obama has selected Julius Ganchowski to serve as chairman of the Federal Communications Commission. He was Obama’s technology adviser and a former general counsel at the FCC. It appears that the President’s nominee is well qualified for this job. He has supported greater diversity in media ownership and also expansion of broadband access throughout the country, both of which are good things. Hopefully the new chairman will see that the laws against sexual content, nudity, profanity and obscenity on the public airways when children are likely to be watching will be enforced. As the father of three Mr. Genachowski will see the need to protect children and make the entertainment industry more responsible. The nominee will have to be confirmed by the U. S. Senate. If confirmed he will be the nation’s top official in charge of media issues.
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