Alison Nemeth Steger advises Chairman Ajit Pai of the Federal Communications Commission (FCC) on media issues, including broadcast radio and tv, cable, and the broadcast incentive auction. Before joining the Chairman’s office, Ms Steger served as a Legal Advisor in the Media Bureau’s Office of the Bureau Chief at the FCC. She originally came to the Commission through the FCC’s Attorney Honors Program, and has worked on a variety of legal and policy issues in both the Media and Wireless Telecommunications Bureaus relating to broadcast television licensing, transactions, the broadcast incentive auction, privacy, and device security. Previously, Ms Steger served as an interim legal advisor for media issues in then-Commissioner Pai’s Office.
Ms Steger received her JD from the Catholic University of America, Columbus School of Law and obtained a certificate from its Institute for Communications Law Studies. She also has an undergraduate degree from Lafayette College.
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