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NAB’s Senior VP & Deputy General Counsel Joins Covington

May 31, 2016

WASHINGTONAnn West Bobeck has joined Covington’s Communications & Media Practice Group. She most recently served as Vice President and Deputy General Counsel at the National Association of Broadcasters (NAB).

Over the last 19 years, Ms. Bobeck has held several positions at the NAB. As Deputy General Counsel, she represented full-power radio and television broadcasters before the FCC, FAA, FEMA, FTC, Congress and the courts. She successfully coordinated industry consensus and advocated legal solutions and positions on a wide range of regulatory matters, including advertising, accessibility issues, contests and promotions, localism, ownership and control, indecency, sponsorship identification, the Telephone Consumer Protection Act, children’s television programming, engineering compliance, and public warning.

"We are pleased that Ann is joining us," said Yaron Dori, co-chair of the Communications & Media Practice Group. "Ann brings a wealth of regulatory experience having advocated before many federal agencies, and she will be an excellent complement to our team."

While at the NAB, Ms. Bobeck was editor of The Political Broadcast Catechism and the Political Agreement Forms, the NAB’s political advertising publications. She also co-authored, with the National Center for Missing and Exploited Children, the first and second editions of the AMBER Kit and Action Plans to ensure national rollouts of abducted children alerts are effectively executed.

Ms. Bobeck received her B.A. from Wesleyan University and her J.D. from The George Washington University Law School.


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