Longtime FCC Commissioner Quello Dead at 95

Jan 25, 2010  •  Post A Comment

James H. Quello, who served on the Federal Communications Commission for 23 years as a commissioner and also interim chairman, died Sunday in Alexandria, Va., B&C reports. He was 95.

While on the commission, he was known as a defender of free, over-the-air broadcasting. In recent years, he has been a consultant for the law firm Wiley Rein.

–Elizabeth Jensen

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