Mr. Brown has served as a member of the Company’s board of directors since October 2012. Mr. Brown is a self-employed attorney. Since January 2014, Mr. Brown has served as Consulting Counsel at Wiley Rein, a Washington, DC law firm where he consults with the firm’s clients on media and telecommunications matters. Mr. Brown was an initial investor and director in the successful re-launch after bankruptcy of IRIDIUM, the global mobile satellite system, serving as IRIDIUM’s vice chairman from January 2002 until a successful public offering in October 2009. Previously, he was the co-founder of District Cablevision, the DC cable television system, where he was president and a director from 1986 to February 1992. Mr. Brown also served as a director and principal outside counsel of Black Entertainment Television (or BET) until its successful public offering in 1991, and vice president and general counsel of Post-Newsweek Stations, the broadcast station subsidiary of the Washington Post Company, from 1971 to 1974. In addition to his entrepreneurial and business activities, Mr. Brown has practiced communications law at a number of major DC law firms and served as a law clerk for the late Chief Justice of the Supreme Court Earl Warren, as an aide to Senator Edmund Muskie and as an FCC Commissioner under the Carter Administration.