At the end of yesterday’s FCC meeting, Commissioner Clyburn announced that it would be her last. Her term had already expired but, under the rules of the FCC, she could continue to serve until the end of the year. She apparently has decided to leave the FCC within the next few weeks. Commissioner Clyburn served as Acting Chairman of the FCC in 2013, the first woman to chair the FCC. For broadcasters, she is best known for starting the AM revitalization proceeding, including the proposal for FM translator filing windows reserved for AM stations (see our article here). While Congressional Democrats have advanced a candidate to replace the Commissioner, no nomination has been made by the President given that, until now, there was not a vacancy to fill. Watch for more news on filling that vacancy in the coming months.