We edit lots of video and photos (see all of our photo/video gear here), update our website, manage our social media accounts, watch the occasional Amazon Prime or Netflix movie, have video and phone meetings with clients and handle all of our bookkeeping online.
It must promote common-sense policies like “Dig Once” and reform pole attachment rules to reduce the costs of building digital networks.
It must streamline the process for deploying wireless infrastructure, from big towers to small cells.
In addition to the accomplishments mentioned above, Chairman Pai was the first member of the FCC in over two decades to call for revitalizing the AM radio band; the basic reforms he proposed were adopted in 2015. Law Clerk, 1997 – 1998 Chairman Pai graduated with honors from Harvard University in 1994 and from the University of Chicago Law School in 1997, where he was an editor of the University of Chicago Law Review and won the Thomas R. In 2010, Pai was one of 55 individuals nationwide chosen for the 2011 Marshall Memorial Fellowship, a leadership development initiative of the German Marshall Fund of the United States.
He also urged the FCC to create a task force to study the “Internet Protocol Transition” and report on obsolete rules that could be repealed; that task force was created. The son of immigrants from India, Chairman Pai grew up in Parsons, Kansas. Nakazawa will advise Chairman Pai on public safety, homeland security, consumer protection, and enforcement issues. Nakazawa joins the office from the Public Safety and Homeland Security Bureau, where he served as chief of the Policy and Rules Division.
Cell phone service and mobile Internet are extremely fundamental to our personal livelihood (yes, we really do work) and it’s also how we keep in touch with friends and family, watch movies, get the news and listen to music.