CGC #1192

by CGC on February 27, 2013

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                       THE CGC COMMUNICATOR

                             CGC #1192

                   Wednesday, February 27, 2013

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                 Robert F. Gonsett, W6VR,  Editor
                 

    Copyright 2013, Communications General® Corporation (CGC)

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  NEW FCC DISTRICT DIRECTOR FOR THE LOS ANGELES AREA

  A new District Director has been appointed to the Los
Angeles area FCC field office.  CGC welcomes Charles Cooper
to this distinguished position.

  According to Rebecca Dorch, Western Regional Director
for the FCC's Enforcement Bureau:

  "I am pleased to announce that Mr. Charles Cooper is
joining the FCC Enforcement Bureau today, and will be serving
in the position of Director of the Los Angeles District Office.

  "Prior to joining the FCC, Mr. Cooper has most recently
been a Senior Engineer and Partner at the engineering consulting
firm du Treil, Lundin & Rackley, where for twenty years he
focused his engineering talents and expertise on communications
issues and gained more than thirteen years of management
experience.  He is a Registered Professional Engineer, a former
member of the Mississippi Air National Guard and Reservist,
and a Cum Laude graduate of Mississippi State University."

  Mr. Cooper has performed and supervised many different
types of communications projects including those in all of the
broadcast services (AM/FM/TV/DTV).  He also has experience in
wireless, point-to-point microwave and land-mobile, so he is
in an excellent position to move forward with a variety of
tasks at the L.A. office.

  He adds, "I am looking forward to making the transition
to L.A. and working with the experienced L.A. enforcement team
on resolving interference and enforcement issues.  [It] will
be a rewarding endeavor."

  His official takeover date is Monday, April 1, 2013.

  Congratulations to the FCC on selecting an excellent
candidate for the DD position.


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  TWENTY FIRST CENTURY MIND READER

  Food for thought from Belgian TV.  Makes its point very
well.  Run time: 2 min & 29 sec.  This is worth sharing with
family and friends.

  

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