To assist and advise the Office of the Cable Television and Telecommunications on the development, regulation, and design of cable television systems in the district which will serve the public interest. Advise the Office in the general oversight of cable television operation, assess cable needs of the community and recommend policy changes; and educate its members about technology such as fiber optics, interdiction and design, programming trends, community access and competing technologies. Thirteen members, including six as follows: two representatives of the Council, one from the Consortium of Universities, one from DPW, and one from the of Assistant City Administrator for Economic Development selected by the Mayor, one member of the School Board, and one member of the Board of Directors of Public Access Corporation. The other six members shall be selected by an appointment process established by the Mayor: one registered engineer with appropriate expertise, one representative from local religious community, one DC senior citizen, two concerned DC citizens with appropriate technological expertise, and one representative from any of the ANCs.
Licensed - Yes
Paid stipend or salary - No