The MAB’s 2021 Annual Business Meeting will take place on August 10 online via Zoom. The general assembly will take place form 10:00 a.m. to 12:00 p.m. and include annual reports, the election of officers as well as a special guest speakers. Meeting packets will be sent to registered participants prior to the meeting along with access link reminders. There is no charge for MAB members to attend this meeting.

About our Special Guests 

Curtis LeGeyt
Chief Operating Officer, National Association of Broadcaster

Curtis LeGeyt is involved in all aspects of NAB’s work on behalf of free, local television and radio broadcasters. He previously served as executive vice president of Government Relations before being named to his current position in 2020. Curtis also serves as the general counsel for the NAB Leadership Foundation. During his time at NAB, LeGeyt has led several highly successful efforts to advocate for laws that strengthen broadcasters’ ability to innovate and serve their communities. This includes permanent reauthorization of the Satellite Television Extension and Localism Act Reauthorization (STELAR), inclusion of $1 billion in RAY BAUM’s Act to reimburse stations impacted by the spectrum auction repack, and successful passage of the Music Modernization Act. Prior to joining NAB, LeGeyt served as the senior counsel to then-Senate Judiciary Chairman Patrick Leahy (VT). In that role, Curtis advised the chairman and committee on intellectual property, antitrust and First Amendment issues. Previously, LeGeyt was an associate at Howrey LLP, a law firm in Washington, D.C., where he worked on antitrust litigation and merger reviews. Curtis began his career as a management consultant for Putnam Associates and worked on the staff of the 2008 Obama For America presidential campaign.

Rosemary C. Harold
Chief of the Enforcement Bureau, Federal Communications Commission

Rosemary Harold leads the FCC’s largest organizational unit, including its field offices around the country. She rejoined the agency from Wilkinson Barker Knauer LLP, where she was a partner. Prior to joining the law firm in 2011, Harold was a legal advisor to then-FCC Commissioner Robert McDowell for media and broadband issues and deputy chief of the FCC’s Media Bureau. She began her career as a journalist, working as a reporter and bureau chief for the Miami Herald and an editor at C-SPAN. She earned her law degree magna cum laude from Georgetown University Law Center, her master’s degree from the University of Missouri and her bachelor’s degree from the College of William and Mary.

David Oxenford (Moderator)
Partner, Wilkinson Barker Knauer LLP

David is a broadcast and digital media law thought-leader and influencer. Representing clients in Washington, DC, for over 35 years, he understands issues crucial to organizations in today’s media landscape. With a wide-ranging practice, David represents broadcasters facing the FCC in regulatory matters and advises clients on transactions and other business matters. He also works with digital media companies navigating music licensing copyright and other content issues. He works with everyone from Mom-and-Pop broadcasters to public companies, trade associations, financial institutions and other broadcasting and digital media organizations and individuals. At the center of many of the debates over broadcast and music licensing issues, he is a regular speaker at broadcast and digital media conventions and seminars. At one recent conference, he was introduced as “the radio industry’s lawyer.” David is the editor and principal writer of the influential Broadcast Law Blog, read by thousands every month and widely quoted in broadcast, media and legal publications.