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Julius Genachowski

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Most widely known for portion as Chairman from the Government Communications Fee (FCC) through the presidency of Barack Obama, this American lawyer and business professional also worked for the international personal collateral & asset administration company The Carlyle Group. After graduating from Columbia School with a level ever sold, he attended Harvard Law School with future USA President Barack Obama. During his time as FCC Chairman, he introduced such initiatives as the National Broadband Plan as well as the Connect America Fund. The son of Jewish Holocaust survivors, he was raised in Massachusetts and NY. His two marriages — to reporter Martha Raddatz (1991-1997) and White House adviser Rachel Goslins (from 2001) — produced a complete of two sons and one daughter. He and Wisconsin-born attorney Newton Minow both held any office of Chairman from the Federal Communications Commission.

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Full Name Julius Genachowski
Date Of Birth August 19, 1962
Place Of Birth Massachusetts
Profession Lawyer
Education Columbia University, Columbia College of Columbia University in the City of New York, Harvard Law School, Harvard University
Nationality American
Spouse Rachel Goslins, Martha Raddatz
Children Jake Genachowski
Parents Adele Genachowski, Azriel Genachowski
Star Sign Leo

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Charlie Rose 2013 TV Series Himself - Guest
A Tribute to Anne Sweeney: Newhouse Mirror Awards 2013 Short Himself

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