Jonathan S. Adelstein

Jonathan S. Adelstein

Jonathan Steven Adelstein, the former Administrator of the United States Department of Agriculture Rural Utilities Service, is a former Commissioner on the Federal Communications Commission. On September 17th, 2012, Adelstein assumed the role of president/ceo] of the PCIA . Wikipedia*

On the C-SPAN Networks:
Jonathan S. Adelstein has 52 videos in the C-SPAN Video Library; the first appearance was a 2003 Speech as a Commissioner for the Federal Communications Commission. The year with the highest average number of views per program was 2015 with an average of 3,828 views per program. Most appearances with Michael J. Copps (31), Kevin J. Martin (22), Robert M. McDowell (19). Most common tags: Telecommunication, Broadcast Television, Cable Television.

Appearances by Title:September 17, 2012 - Present President and CEO, PCIA - The Wireless Infrastructure Association Videos: 2 c. July 1, 2009 - Present Administrator, Rural Utilities Service, Department of Agriculture Videos: 1

Previously

Commissioner, Federal Communications Commission
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c. December 3, 2002 - c. June 1, 2009 Videos: 49

Recent Appearances

  • Broadband Access

    Broadband Access

    Industry experts testified at a hearing on how to increase broadband Internet infrastructure in the U.S. Committee members'…

  • Wireless Infrastructure

    Wireless Infrastructure

    Jonathan Adelstein, president and chief executive officer of PCIA - The Wireless Infrastructure Association, described…

  • Expanding Small Business Internet Access

    Expanding Small Business Internet Access

    Officials and business leaders testified about ongoing federal efforts to spur broadband deployment to small businesses and…

  • Rural Utilities Service

    Rural Utilities Service

    Jonathan Adelstein talked about the role of the Rural Utilities Service (RUS) in the expansion of broadband in the United States. The RUS…

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