FCC names Sacramento broadcaster to strategy post

Former Sacramento broadcaster Diego T. Ruiz is joining the FCC as deputy chief of the Office of Strategic Planning and Policy
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Ruiz was general manager of the two Univision stations in Sacramento, CA:  KUVS (Univision) and KTFK (TeleFutura)   Before moving to Sacramento,  Ruiz ran Univision’s internet division, based in Miami.  Prior to that, he served as station manager of Univision’s flagship station, KMEX Los Angeles.

FCC Chairman Kevin Martin praised Ruiz’s extensive business background and experience in announcing his hiring.  “I am pleased Diego has agreed to help lead OSP, an office that serves as a critical arm in the development of Commission policy.  Diego’s extensive real-world business experience will be a great asset for the government.”


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