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Broadcast Education Association

1771 N Street, Nw

Washington Dc, District of Columbia 20036

United States

Company Description

BEA was established in 1955, initially as the Association for Professional Broadcast Education, but the current name was adopted in 1973. While the BEA organizational name reflects our historic roots in preparing college students to enter the radio & TV b ... more

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Background Information

Employment History

Professor

Ball State University

Attorney

Federal Communications Commission

Deputy General Counsel

National Association of Broadcasters

Affiliations

Senior Fellow and Senior Policy Counsel
Digital Policy Institute

Faculty Advisor
91.3 WCRD-FM

Faculty Advisor
WCRD 91.3FM

Member
District of Columbia

Board Member
NATIONAL ANTENNA CONSORTIUM

Board Member
Electromagnetic Energy Association

Active Member
Federal Communications Bar Association

Education

Ball State University

Broadcast Law

Colorado State University

B.A.

Government and International Relations

Carleton College

J.D.

School of Law

J.D.

The Digital Policy Institute

J.D.

Washington University School of Law

law degree

Washington University

undergraduate degree

Carleton College

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Barry D. Umansky is a senior fellow and senior policy counsel with the BSU Digital Policy Institute. He also is a professor in the Telecommunications Department at Ball State University. Umansky formerly held the Edmund F. and Virginia B. Ball Chair in Telecommunications at BSU. He is a communications lawyer who has represented broadcasters and other electronic media and has had an extensive communications career in government and industry.
After work at radio and TV stations in the Midwest during college and law school, he served for seven years as an attorney doing communications policy work at the Federal Communications Commission ("FCC") in Washington, D.C. Mr. Umansky then became Deputy General Counsel with the National Association of Broadcasters ("NAB") in Washington, D.C. During his twenty years at the NAB Legal and Regulatory Affairs Department, he had responsibilities for radio and television new technology and spectrum allocation issues, environmental and land use issues, station licensing and other regulatory matters. He edited and co-authored many NAB publications, including several editions of the NAB Legal Guide to Broadcast Law and Regulation, the NAB Broadcaster's Guide to FCC RF Radiation Regulation Compliance and the NAB Contests, Lotteries and Casino Gambling Guidebook. Mr. Umansky served as a member of the board of the former Washington-based Electromagnetic Energy Association and the National Antenna Consortium. He has been an active member of the Federal Communications Bar Association and currently is President of the Kansas Association of Broadcasters Foundation. Umansky also is a member of the District of Columbia and Missouri bars.
He began his first of two two-year terms on the Broadcast Education Association Board of Directors in April 2008. In April 2013, he became BEA Vice President for Academic Relations and will assume the presidency of that national organization in April 2014. In July 2011, he was appointed by the Chairman of the Federal Communications Commission to serve on the FCC's Consumer Advisory Committee. In March 2013, he was reappointed to that federal advisory committee and was named co-chair of that federal advisory committee's "Internet Protocol Transition Working Group."
In addition to undergraduate and graduate teaching responsibilities at Ball State, Mr. Umansky is faculty advisor to four Ball State student organizations: "Station WCRD" (for which he has filed several license applications and reports at the FCC), the "Pre-Law Interest Group" and "Media Matters."
Mr. Umansky is a frequent speaker at communications industry meetings and often is quoted on communications policy matters in industry and general press and on radio and television programs.
He is a graduate of Carleton College and the Washington University School of Law.


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Barry D. Umansky Ball State University BC201-L Ball Building Muncie, IN 47306 765-717-4928 | 765.285.9278-Fax | bdumansky@bsu.edu


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Barry D. Umansky is a senior fellow with the Digital Policy Institute ("DPI") and a professor in the Telecommunications Department at Ball State University. He is a communications lawyer who has represented broadcasters and other electronic media and has had an extensive communications career in government and industry.

After work at radio and TV stations in the Midwest during college and law school, he served for seven years as an attorney doing communications policy work at the Federal Communications Commission ("FCC") in Washington, D.C. Mr. Umansky then became Deputy General Counsel with the National Association of Broadcasters ("NAB") in Washington. Following twenty years at the NAB Legal and Regulatory Affairs Department, he was engaged in the private practice of law for several years before joining Ball State and DPI. Mr. Umansky also served as a member of the board of the former Washington-based Electromagnetic Energy Association and the former National Antenna Consortium.
He began his first of two two-year terms on the Broadcast Education Association Board of Directors in April 2008.
In July 2011, he was appointed by the Chairman of the Federal Communications Commission to serve on the FCC's Consumer Advisory Committee. In March 2013, he was reappointed to that federal advisory committee and was named co-chair of that federal advisory committee's "Internet Protocol Transition Working Group."
Mr. Umansky is a frequent speaker at communications industry meetings and often is quoted on communications policy matters in industry and general press and on radio and television programs.
He is a graduate of Carleton College and the Washington University School of Law.

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