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  • 1. DANIEL L. BRENNER 3615 Edmunds Street, N.W. o:202/637-5532 Washington, D.C. 20007 f:202/637-5910 dlbrenner@hhlaw.com h:202/298-6380 Partner Hogan & Hartson 2009-current Washington, D.C. Attorney specializing in FCC, intellectual property, Internet, entertainment law affecting media and communications companies worldwide. Senior Vice President National Cable & Telecommunications Association Law and Regulatory Policy 1999-2009 Washington, D.C. Vice President 1992-99 Chief legal and policy counsel to national trade association representing cable systems, program networks, internet, and equipment companies; head of nine- person legal staff with representation before FCC, courts, Congress and other state and federal regulatory authorities. Of Counsel, 1990-92 LeBoeuf, Lamb, Greene & MacRae Los Angeles, CA Attorney and policy consultant with N.Y.-based firm with emphasis in communications, entertainment and federal regulatory matters. Director, University of California Communications Law Program, 1986 -92 School of Law Los Angeles, CA Professor (full time) with emphasis in communications, copyright, entertainment law, legislative process; direct research and clinical program on federal and state communications issues. Senior Advisor to the Chairman, 1984-86 Federal Communications Commission Legal Advisor to the Chairman, 1979-84 Washington, D.C. Chief legal and policy counsel to chairman of federal agency on all major broadcast and cable matters; principal speechwriter; advisor on interstate and international communications matters; supervisory responsibility for agency administration, quarterly performance, and management; Vice Chairman, U.S. Delegation, ITU World Radio Conference, Geneva, Switzerland, 1984. Attorney, 1977-79 Wilmer, Cutler & Pickering Washington, D.C. Communications and antitrust matters; Federal Trade Commission; advertising matters; broadcast acquisition; general FCC representation; advised banks, chemical manufacturers on antitrust matters; pro bono civil and criminal representation. Law Clerk, 1976-77 William Matthew Byrne, Jr. U.S. District Court, Los Angeles, California
  • 2. -2- Law clerk to federal trial judge. EDUCATION Stanford Executive Program, Stanford Graduate School of Business 2002 Stanford Law School, J.D., 1976 Senior Note Editor, Stanford Law Review, Volume 27, 1975-76 President, Commencement Speaker, Class of 1976 Second Prize, ASCAP Nathan Burkan Memorial Copyright Competition, Stanford, 1976 Board of Editors, Stanford Journal of International Studies, 1973-74 Stanford University, A.M., 1973 Communications (Journalism) B.A., 1973 (with distinction) Honor Program, Social Thoughts and Institutions Phi Beta Kappa Society Dartmouth College, 1969-70 BUSINESS AND CHARITABLE AFFILIATIONS Board of Directors, Chair, Compensation Committee, Tekelec, Calabasas, CA 1990- 2008 (traded Nasdaq) Board of Directors, Cable Positive, 1997-current Executive Committee, Federal Communications Bar Association, 1999-2002 Trustee, Public Radio Satellite Transponder Trust, 1993-2006 Board of Trustees, Federal Communications Bar Association Foundation, 1996-1999 Vice Chair, Member, Board of Directors, Corporation for Public Broadcasting 1986-91 Board of Directors, Corporation on Disabilities & Telecommunication, Los Angeles, 1987-92 Board of Advisors, Falcon Cable Systems, Los Angeles, CA 1986-1996 Board of Trustees, Stanford University, California 1982-86 National Law Committee, Anti-Defamation League, New York 1984-1992 PROFESSIONAL AND ACADEMIC ACTIVITIES Lecturer, Adjunct Professor: Georgetown Law School, 1997-current; University of Southern California, Annenberg School for Communications (1992); George Washington University, Graduate School of Telecommunications (1984); Cardozo School of Law (1983-84); American University Law School (1980); Stanford University, Department of Communications (1976) Chair, Vice-Chair, Cable Committee, ABA Section of Public Utility, Communications and Transportation Law 1993-current Co-Chair, Federal/State Law Section, Federal Communications Bar Association 1992-94 Organizing Committee, UCLA Entertainment Symposium 1990-92 Senior Fellow, Annenberg Washington Program on Communications Studies, Northwestern Univ. 1989-91
  • 3. -3- SELECTED SPEECHES, AWARDS 2009 CableFAX Community Service Award, Washington, DC Keynote Speaker, “Net Neutrality 2.0”, 5th International IPTV Conference, London, 2009 “Copyright Law: Cablevision case”, 6th Annual USC Intellectual Property Conference, Los Angeles 2009 President’s Award, NCTA, 2008, presented New Orleans Keynote Speaker, “US Cable Developments”, Cable Europe Annual Conference, Amsterdam 2007 Annual Presenter, Practicing Law Institute, Cable Law Developments, 1998-2009 PUBLICATIONS BOOKS CABLE AND OTHER NONBROADCAST VIDEO: LAW AND POLICY (Thomson West Reuters) 1986, Annual Supplements 1988-2009 (with Monroe Price & Michael Meyerson) LAW AND REGULATION OF COMMON CARRIERS IN THE COMMUNICATIONS INDUSTRY, (1992); Second Edition (1996) Harper/Westview Press. FREE BUT REGULATED: CONFLICTING TRADITIONS IN MEDIA LAW (Iowa State University Press, 1982; Macmillan, India/English ed. 1989) (with William L. Rivers) SELECTED ARTICLES “Creating Effective Network Broadband Regulation", Federal Communications Law Journal (forthcoming 2009). "Research in Government Agency Decisions: Observations about the FCC," 2 Int'l Journal of Communication 429 (2008). “The 2005 Communications Act of Unintended Consequences”, 57 Federal Communications Law Journal 175 (2005). “Minow and the ‘Wasteland’: Time, Manner, and Place”, 55 Federal Communication Law Journal 467 (2003). “Hits and Myths from ‘Cable Access’”, 2002 Mich. State Univ.-Detroit College of Law Review, 641 (2002) Book Review, “Regulating Media: The Experience of Six Countries”, Journal of Communication, Autumn, 1997, p. 178. “Ownership and Content Regulation in Merging and Emerging Media”, 45 DePaul Law Review 1009 (1996). “In Search of the Multimedia Grail”, 47 Federal Communications Law Journal 197 (1994). “No, But I Read the Magazine”, Freedom Forum Media Studies Center Journal, Summer 1992 “Telephone Company Entry into Video Services: A First Amendment Analysis”, 67 Notre Dame Law Review 97 (1991) “What About Privacy In Universal Telephone Service?” in The Annual Review (The Aspen Institute, 1991)
  • 4. -4- “La Reglementation de la Radio et de la Television aux Etats Unis”, in La Regulation de la Liberte de la Communication Audiovisuelle (Economica, Paris 1991) “Uncertain Renewal Conditions in the Cable Industry in the Mid to Late 1970s”, in 1991 Entertainment, Publishing and the Arts Handbook (Clark, Boardman Co., Ltd.) “The Regulation of Radio and Television in the United States”, Journal of Media Law & Practice, June 1990 “Cable Television and the Freedom of Expression”, 1988 Duke Law Journal 329, excerpted in ABA Communications Lawyer, 1989, reprinted, 1990 First Amendment Handbook (Clark Boardman Co., Ltd.) “Censorship at an Early Age: The Student and Press Freedom”, 3 UCLA Journal of Education 81 (1989) “Cable Franchising and the First Amendment: Preferred Problems, Undesirable Solutions”, 10 Hastings Comm/Ent Law Journal 999 (1988) “Policy-Making at the Fowler FCC: How Speeches Figured In”, 10 Hastings Comm/Ent Law Journal 539 (1988) “The 1984 Cable Act: Prologue and Prospects”, 4 Cardozo Arts & Entertainment Law Review 19 (1985) (with M Price) “A Marketplace Approach to Broadcast Regulation”, 60 Texas Law Review 207 (1982) (with Mark Fowler) “Government Regulation of Radio Program Format Changes”, 127 University of Pennsylvania Law Review 56 (1978) “A Two-Phase Approach to Copywriting the Fine Arts”, 24 Bulletin of the Copyright Society of the U.S.A. 85 (1976) “The Limits of Broadcast Self-Regulation Under the First Amendment”, 27 Stanford Law Review 1527, reprinted, 28 Federal Communications Bar Journal 1 (1975) MEDIA EXPERIENCE Guest Contributor, Electronic Media Magazine (review of “24”) 2002 Commentator, “Metro Connection”, WAMU-FM, Washington, DC 1996 Guest Host, “Talk Live”, CNBC Cable, 1992 Commentator, “Marketplace”, Public Radio International, 1990-92 Columnist, Cable Communications Magazine, Canada 1988-92 Host, Producer, “Snicker Theater” (syndicated movie show) 1988 On-Air Contributor, “Entertainment Tonight” 1982