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Donna Coleman Gregg is a big fan of public broadcasting programs. She confesses that she can’t get enough of shows like National Public Radio Inc.’s All Things Considered. Luckily, she’s taken a position that will give her the inside scoop: She recently became the new vice president, general counsel, and corporate secretary for the Corporation for Public Broadcasting in Washington, D.C. Before going over to CPB, Gregg, 54, was a partner for 11 years in the communications practice at Washington, D.C.’s Wiley Rein & Fielding. In that job Gregg advised clients on media and telecommunications regulatory issues, and represented companies in a number of large cable television acquisitions and media mergers, including the AOL-Time Warner Inc. merger. But the CPB job was an opportunity Gregg couldn’t pass up. “I’m getting to work for a private company that’s a nonprofit and has a lot of public features to it,” she explains. “It’s a great combination.” CPB funds more than 1,000 locally operated public radio and television stations across the country, as well as educational programming. A 1974 graduate of the Duke University School of Law, Gregg got her start as an attorney for the Federal Communications Commission. After a year and a half, she moved to the Washington, D.C., office of Dow, Lohnes & Albertson, where she represented media companies until moving to Wiley Rein.

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