Nothing to watch? Learn about the set-top box war with Brian Woolfolk (Ep. 36)
Brian Woolfolk (@brianpwoolfolk) is a seasoned attorney with over 20 years of government relations and congressional investigations experience. He represents a broad array of clients with matters before Congress and federal agencies. Brian also counsels clients involved in high profile Congressional Investigations. In addition, he advises clients on compliance with federal election, lobbying disclosure and gift ban regulations.
Prior to his tenure in private practice, Brian served as a Democratic counsel on the US House Judiciary Committee and advised members and staff on constitutional, environmental, antitrust, criminal justice and investigative issues. Brian also served as legislative counsel to Congressman Robert C. (Bobby) Scott of Virginia, currently the Ranking Member of the Education and Workforce Committee.
In this episode we discussed:
- How cable networks make money outside of advertising.
- How the FCC’s proposed set-top box rules can help improve content diversity.
- The “big picture” of policies affecting modern media diversity.
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