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Biography for Jonathan Make

Jonathan Make, Executive Editor, is a journalist for publications including Communications Daily. He joined the Warren Communications News staff in 2005, after covering the industry at Bloomberg. He moved to Washington in 2003 to research the Federal Communications Commission as part of a master’s degree in media and public affairs at George Washington University. He’s immediate past president of the Society of Professional Journalists local chapter. You can follow Make on Instagram, Medium and Twitter: @makejdm.

Recent Articles by Jonathan Make

FCC Should Seek Comment on Any NTIA CDA Section 230 Petition, O'Rielly Says

The FCC should seek public comment on any NTIA petition about Communications Decency Act Section 230 (see 2006040056), said Commissioner Mike O'Rielly. "From there, we can see if there’s something that we should do or should not do"…Subscribe to Read >>

Due to Coronavirus, May Be Time to Rethink Techlash, Some Say

Three experts Wednesday lent support to revisiting the growing phenomenon of skepticism about technology. Their view has gained steam in recent weeks as technology companies and their platforms, products and services are being heavily depended upon by those staying…Subscribe to Read >>

FCC Document-Filing System Had IT Issues That Delayed Filings' Release

At times over about the past week, the FCC's primary document filing and public access system didn't always appear fully operational. At some points last week, the electronic comment filing system wouldn't allow some filings to be searched for…Subscribe to Read >>

Broadband Mapping Improvements Sought Before FCC $20B, 10-Year High-Cost Fund

USF stakeholders should make more improvements to broadband mapping, especially before the FCC begins awarding some $20 billion over about 10 years in the next version of its USF high-cost fund. That's the consensus in Q&A with us at…Subscribe to Read >>

FTC/DOJ Tensions Stir Sen. Lee to Lament 'Dysfunction' That Also Concerns Experts

DOJ and FTC tensions led to scrutiny Wednesday of how the antitrust agencies and their state counterparts can better coordinate and cooperate on investigations, including on privacy issues. At Tuesday's Senate Antitrust Subcommittee hearing, FTC Chairman Joe Simons and…Subscribe to Read >>