Thank you This live web event has ended. Thank you for attending. Contributors Anne Frenette Anne Frenette is Vice President of Education for the National Association of Broadcasters (NAB). Anne and her team develop educational content for select NAB events and conferences, as well as NAB’s new online learning platform, Broadcast Education. Anne joined NAB in 2005 as director of Television Programs and Initiatives. In this position, she partnered with TVB to launch NAB’s first live, video-based, interactive webcast series. In January 2014, Anne was promoted to vice president of Television Operations. In this role, she managed all aspects of the NAB Small Market Television Exchange (SMTE), developed and executed award programs to recognize current and future broadcast industry leaders and created content for the NAB Show Broadcast Management Conference. Anne is also project director for the NAB Education Foundation’s annual Celebration of Service to America Awards. Prior to NAB, Anne was with (then) Consumer Electronics Association (CEA) where she worked for nine years in various roles. Anne is a graduate of the University of Maryland. Curtis LeGeyt Curtis LeGeyt joined the National Association of Broadcasters in 2011 and is Executive Vice President, Government Relations. In this role, he leads NAB’s advocacy before the U.S. Congress and White House to promote and preserve free, local broadcasting. He previously served as Senior Vice President, Government Relations and later Senior Vice President, Public Policy, before being named to his current role in 2015. Prior to joining NAB in 2011, Curtis served as Senior Counsel to Sen. Patrick Leahy’s (VT) Judiciary Committee staff. In that role, Curtis advised the chairman and committee on intellectual property, antitrust and first amendment issues. Previously, Curtis worked as an Associate with the Howrey LLP law firm in Washington, D.C. Curtis received his J.D. from Cornell University Law school and his B.A. from Providence College in quantitative economics. Josh Pollack Josh Pollack currently serves as Vice President, Government Relations, for the National Association of Broadcasters (NAB). Prior to joining NAB, Josh served as Special Assistant to the President for Legislative Affairs at the White House, from 2010 until January 2017. An attorney, he was President Obama’s primary liaison to dozens of U.S. Senators from both parties, as well as the Senate Judiciary and Commerce Committees. He also guided hundreds of the President’s nominees through the Senate confirmation process, including nominees for the Supreme Court and Attorney General. Earlier in his career, Josh served for six years as a legislative aide to U.S. Senator Paul Sarbanes, and clerked for U.S. District Court Judge Raymond Dearie, in the Eastern District of New York. Josh also practiced law for several years in the Washington office of King & Spalding, representing public and private corporations in a variety of litigation and antitrust matters. He graduated from Princeton University, cum laude, and received his law degree from Georgetown. He lives in Washington with his wife Leah, and sons Matthew (4) and Theo (21 months).