Donna Gregg was chosen in June 2005 by Federal Communications Commission Chairman Kevin Martin to head the FCC Media Bureau, "the office charged with handling most of the agency's oversight of the TV business. Gregg has been general counsel of the Corporation for Public Broadcasting since 2002. She also has been a partner at the Washington telecommunications law firm of Wiley Rein & Fielding LLP. ... Gregg succeeds Ken Ferree, who ironically is now CPB's acting president." 
"This is her second stint at the FCC. She began her legal career as a staff attorney in the commission's former Cable Television Bureau after graduating from Duke University School of Law." 
- "Gregg To Head FCC Media Bureau," Broadcasting & Cable, June 13, 2005.
- Bill McConnell, "Washington’s Hidden Persuaders. A handful of players are behind every big decision, consensus or roadblock in Washington. With telecom, media and entertainment taking priority in the nation’s capital, here’s a look at who pulls the strings," Broadcasting & Cable, June 27, 2005.