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Maryland Code, Education § 24-202

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(a) The Maryland Public Broadcasting Commission consists of 11 members appointed by the Governor.

(b)(1) Each member of the Commission shall be a resident of this State.

(2) The members shall be broadly representative of this State as a whole and shall include individuals skilled in:

(i) Public or private elementary, secondary, or higher education;

(ii) Art, music, or drama;

(iii) Radio and television;

(iv) Libraries;  and

(v) Any other field that the Governor considers appropriate for the Commission.

(3) The Commission shall include two members nominated by the State Board of Education.

(4) The State Superintendent of Schools shall serve ex officio.

(c)(1) Each appointed member of the Commission serves for a term of 5 years and until a successor is appointed and qualifies.  These terms are staggered as required by the terms of the members serving on the Commission as of July 1, 1978.

(2) A member appointed to fill a vacancy in an unexpired term serves only for the remainder of that term and until a successor is appointed and qualifies.

(3) A member may be reappointed.

(d) Each member of the Commission:

(1) Serves without compensation;  and

(2) Is entitled to reimbursement for expenses in accordance with the Standard State Travel Regulations.  1

1  COMAR et seq.

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