Institute for Public Representation, Georgetown Law Center, and regular Digital Beat contributor.
To develop a new generation of media and telecommunications activists, Andy mentors law students to represent civil rights, civil liberties, media justice, religious, and other organizations (including Benton) before the Federal Communications Commission, other government agencies, and the courts. Among other issues, focuses on: 1) retaining broadcast ownership rules to ensure diversity and localism; 2) enhancing transparency by obtaining, expanding and enforcing online access to station public files and identifying the true sponsors of political ads; 3) driving down the high cost of prison phone rates; 4) maintaining 2015’s network neutrality rules; 5) reforming and modernizing the Universal Service Fund Lifeline program which subsidizes the connectivity needs of low-income Americans; 6) protecting consumer privacy and enforcing the Children’s Online Privacy Protection Act; 7) representing low power FM stations on FCC license authorization; and 8) enforcing disability access, including closed captioning.
Our Day in Court (with Adrianne B. Furniss)
Opening Day at the Court of Appeals
Net Neutrality in the Courts: Two Cases, Two Courts; The One You Have Been Following, And The One You May Have Forgotten About
What To Expect When You're Expecting an Antitrust Trial
Can You Help Out The President By Challenging NBC’s License?
The Supreme Court Establishes A First Amendment Framework For Social Media
Beware: The UHF Discount Is Rising From The Dead
Why Radical Deregulation Is Happening So Fast At The FCC
Broadband Over Power Lines -- We Really Mean It This Time
Stingray 101: How Law Enforcement Agencies And, Perhaps, Anyone Else, Can And Do Intercept Cell Phone Calls
Globalstar's Christmas Present
The Most Important Part of the Telecommunications Business You Probably Don't Know About
The Trump FCC’s Toolkit For Deregulating Media and Telecommunications
Network Neutrality: Now What?
Can We Get Better Wi-Fi Without Jeopardizing Traffic Safety?
Can The FCC Protect Internet Subscribers’ Online Privacy?
Tom Wheeler In The Home Stretch
Sisyphus, We’re Still Waiting
Lifeline Reform Reaches the Home Stretch
A Guide To Broadcasters’ Obligations During Election Campaigns
How the Department of Justice, Federal Trade Commission and Federal Communications Commission Regulate Media Company Acquisitions
Will Rick Santorum Be The Next Host Of Saturday Night Live?
Finishing The Job On Prison Phone Calls
What Is “Advanced Telecommunications Capability” And Why Does The FCC Examine It?
Net Neutrality – An Update
Tom Wheeler - The Halftime Report
Lifeline - Where Did It Come From?
Does The Net Neutrality Decision Impose Rate Regulation?
The Legal Underpinnings Of The IP Transition
So They’re Voting On Network Neutrality, But What Happens Next?
Will The FCC Zero-out Zero-ratings in Net Neutrality Decision?
The Sale of the Century? How the FCC Plans to Sell Off Part of the TV Band
Congress and the FCC: An Uneasy Relationship
FCC Monday Morning Quarterbacks the Sports Blackout Rule
What Is All This Talk About 'Forbearance?'
The Legal Underpinnings Of The Prison Phone Call Debate
The Question of Preemption: The FCC Considers Lifting Municipal Broadband Restrictions
Unlicensed Spectrum: The Challenge and the Opportunity
The FCC's Sisyphean Task
Understanding Broadcasters v. Aereo
A Primer on Political Speech and Broadcasting
Here’s How The Government Handles A Deal Like Comcast/Time Warner Cable
Did Congress Empower the FCC to Regulate the Internet? Appeals Court Says ‘Yes’