Mark Prak Named a Trustee of the National Association of Broadcasters Political Action Committee
Brooks Pierce partner Mark Prak has been named a trustee of the National Association of Broadcasters Political Action Committee (NABPAC).
NABPAC is a federal political action committee that supports the election of candidates to the U.S. Congress. NABPAC promotes good citizenship and encourages participation in the political process by educating and mobilizing eligible individuals to support candidates who champion broadcast issues.
Prak works with media and communications enterprises, such as digital media and web-based businesses, television and radio stations, newspapers, wire services, magazines and cable companies, as well as trade associations representing these industries. He has represented communications businesses and state and national trade associations in administrative rule making proceedings before the FCC and other government agencies on issues such as internet distribution of video products, content licensing and use agreements, retransmission consent agreements, network affiliation agreements, political broadcasting rules, cable, satellite and OTT carriage of television signals, digital television and radio, syndicated program exclusivity, compulsory copyright licenses, the siting of broadcast towers and equal employment opportunity issues.
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