FCC Commissioner Nathan Simington Appoints Advisors
Federal Communications Commissioner Nathan Simington has appointed Tyler Bridegan to serve as his acting media advisor, Erin Boone to serve as his acting wireless advisor, and Jonathan Cannon to serve as his acting wireline advisor.
Bridegan most recently served as an Attorney Advisor in the Media Bureau’s Video Division, where he focused on a wide range of television broadcast issues including foreign ownership of broadcast stations, the sale and purchase of broadcast stations, as well as the television license renewal process. Bridegan graduated from the Georgetown University Law Center and received his bachelor’s degree from the University of Oklahoma. Boone most recently served as Deputy Division Chief in the Wireless Telecommunications Bureau’s Competition and Infrastructure Division, where she led a team responsible for matters and rulemakings addressing mobile data and voice services, mobile spectrum holdings, and mobile broadband mapping, among others. Ms. Boone also served in the Enforcement and Wireline Competition Bureaus, and worked at T-Mobile, Clearwire, and Level 3 Communications before her time at the Commission. She earned her law degree from the Catholic University Columbus School of Law and her bachelor’s from the University of Texas. Cannon most recently served as an Attorney Advisor in the Wireline Bureau’s Pricing Policy Division, where he focused on a wide range of issues including intercarrier compensation, access stimulation, and assisted with the COVID-19 Telehealth Program. Cannon earned his law degree from the Catholic University of America Columbus School of Law and his bachelor’s from the University of Central Florida.
Commissioner Nathan Simington Appoints Advisors