Brandy Doyle

Policy Director at the Prometheus Radio Project

Brandy Doyle is the policy director for the Prometheus Radio Project, the leading advocate for Low Power FM community radio. Prometheus led the successful grassroots campaign to pass the Local Community Radio Act, a victory that will create thousands of new opportunities for noncommercial radio stations in 2013.

Brandy started in community radio as a news reporter for Tampa's WMNF in 2003. She earned a master's degree in cultural anthropology at Cornell University, where she researched the struggle to license indigenous community radio stations in Guatemala. Brandy now steers the Prometheus policy agenda, advocating for community radio at the Federal Communications Commission and in Congress.

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people + policy = Positive Change for the Public Good