Chairman Alfred Sikes, Federal Communications Commission, explained the work of the FCC and regulatory policy in the field of telecommunications. Mr. Sikes, a Republican appointee, is stepping down as FCC commissioner as the Clinton administration takes office. He also talked about the recent FCC decision fining Howard Stern for obscene language in his radio broadcast. close
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