Federal Communications Commission Chairman Julius Genachowski said Friday that he is stepping down from his post as head of the agency.
The Wall Street Journal reported Thursday about the chairman's plans. Genachowski was nominated by President Obama to the chairmanship in March of 2009. In a speech to to his colleagues at the FCC, Genachowski pointed out accomplishments of the FCC over the past four years.
This included advancements in wireless, broadband and reforming outdated policies to reflect more modern needs.
"Over the past four years, we've focused the FCC on broadband, wired and wireless, working to … Read more