CEA Hires ex-FCC Oxman as VP
Nov 8, 2006
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The Consumer Electronics Association (CEA) hired Jason D. Oxman as its vice president of communications, effective November 27th.

Oxman has held senior policy and communications roles at the U.S. Federal Communications Commission (FCC), and at COMPTEL/ALTS and Covad Communications Company. He is currently the managing director of Law Media Group LLC, a public affairs firm for Fortune 100 companies.

Oxman authored the FCC Working Paper, "The FCC and the Unregulation of the Internet," which undertook an analysis of, and recommended a future course for, the FCC's regulatory treatment of the Internet. Oxman is a seasoned spokesperson and has frequently appeared on major news programs and is quoted often in major publications.

"With his extensive public affairs and communications experience, Jason will be a valuable asset to CEA as we continue to grow the consumer technology industry," said Gary Shapiro, president and CEO of CEA. "His strong technology background will help further CEA's industry initiatives and will contribute to the ongoing success of the International CES as its heads into its 40th anniversary year."

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