Bruce Ramer Re-Elected Public Broadcasting Chair

The veteran talent lawyer joins Patricia Cahill, who was elected vice-chair.
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Bruce Ramer, one of Hollywood's top talent lawyers, has been re-elected chairman of the board of the Corporation for Public Broadcasting.

Ramer, a name partner at Beverly Hills' Gang Tyre Ramer & Brown, will serve a second one-year term. Radio veteran Patricia Cahill was elected by the CPB board to serve as vice-chairman. 

Ramer formerly served on the board of LA's public station KCET and has been active in other public media for two decades. In addition, he's the chair of USC's annual institute on entertainment law and business (and he's been nice enough to invite me to moderate panels in the past).


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