Long Bio | David Oxenford represents broadcasting and digital media companies in connection with regulatory, transactional and intellectual property issues. He has represented broadcasters before the Federal Communications Commission, the courts and other government agencies for over 30 years. He regularly counsels clients on all aspects of broadcast law including the rules dealing with political broadcasting, multiple ownership, noncommercial broadcasting, technical operations and various aspects of content regulation. He also negotiates purchase and sale agreements and other types of broadcast transactions. In addition to representing broadcasters, he works with many others involved in the industry, including broadcast associations, brokers, bankers, private equity funds, programming consultants, and technology companies.
David also represents digital media companies, including a number of Internet radio companies, before the Copyright Office, the Copyright Royalty Board, and other government agencies. He advises them on music royalty issues as well as other general business and regulatory matters.
David is a regular speaker at state and national broadcast, webcasting, and music conferences and conventions.
Named to The Best Lawyers in America (2011-2013)
Named a Super Lawyer in Communications (2012)
Honored as the Texas Association of Broadcasters, Associate Member of the Year, 2011
Federal Communications Bar Association, Co-Chair, Intellectual Property Committee, Past Co-Chair of Mass Media Practice, Transactional Practice, Adjudicatory Practice and Continuing Legal Education Committees
First Vice President, Board of Advisors, Thomas Jefferson Public Policy Program, College of William and Mary
David is the principal writer of the Broadcast Law Blog, which provides updates on broadcast and digital media legal issues, and is read by thousands of people each week.
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