FCC enforcement chief Solomon to leave post in May

03/3/2005 | Mediaweek

David Solomon, chief of the FCC's enforcement bureau, will leave his job in May. Solomon, 50, headed the bureau from its start in 1999 and oversaw controversial decisions including the ruling on singer Bono's use of foul language during the Golden Globe awards.

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