Harold Heading to FCC Media Bureau

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Rosemary Harold is leaving law firm Wiley Rein & Fielding LLP to become deputy chief of the Federal Communications Commission’s Media Bureau, which oversees the cable, broadcasting and satellite-TV industries.

Harold, who received her law degree from Georgetown University Law Center, is a former Miami Herald reporter from 1984-87 and editorial coordinator at C-SPAN, the cable-created public-affairs network, from 1987-89.

Harold said she begins at the FCC Dec. 12.

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