Reed E. Hundt

Reed E. Hundt

Reed E. Hundt is probably best known as the chairman of the United States Federal Communications Commission from November 29, 1993 to November 3, 1997. Appointed by President Bill Clinton, he served for most of Clinton's first term. Wikipedia*

On the C-SPAN Networks:
Reed E. Hundt has 56 videos in the C-SPAN Video Library; the first appearance was a 1993 Senate Committee as an Attorney. The year with the most videos was 1995 with 14 videos. The year with the highest average number of views per program was 2014 with an average of 3,255 views per program. Most appearances with James Quello (4), Susan Ness (4), Denis Gilhooly (3). Most common tags: Telecommunication, Online Technology, Science & Technology.

Appearances by Title:c. January 1, 2007 - Present Vice Chair, Frontline Wireless Videos: 1 c. October 23, 2000 - Present Adviser, Gore Presidential Campaign Videos: 1 c. January 1, 1975 - Present Attorney Videos: 1


Chair, Federal Communications Commission
c. November 26, 1993 - c. November 3, 1997 Videos: 53

Recent Appearances

  • Broadband in Libraries

    Broadband in Libraries

    The Institute of Museum and Library Services (IMLS) held a public hearing to examine the need for high-speed broadband in the nation’s libraries.…

  • Communications Law Changes

    Communications Law Changes

    Four former chairmen of the Federal Communications Commission (FCC) testified on ways to improve the Communications Act, which was last…

  • Communicators with Blair Levine and Reed Hundt

    Communicators with Blair Levine and Reed Hundt

    Former Federal Communications Commission Chairman Reed Hundt and the former architect of the FCC’s national broadband plan, Blair Levin,…

  • Upgrading America

    Upgrading America

    Former Federal Communications Commission members talked about investment opportunities in the energy and broadband sectors…

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