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FCC Chairman Had Trouble Pleasing Interest Groups, Industry

Mar 22, 2013 (All Things Considered) — Julius Genachowski announced on Friday that he will step down as Chairman of the Federal Communications Commission. He began his tenure with an ambitious National Broadband Plan and made broadband access for all Americans his most frequent talking point. But many say his actual accomplishments fall short of his stated goals.

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