Professor Lloyd Waller has been appointed the new Chairman of the Broadcasting Commission.

That’s according to a statement from the Broadcast Commission.

He’s replacing Professor Anthony Clayton in the role.

Professor Waller was first appointed a commissioner at the Broadcasting Commission on November 1, 2016.

He’s served in that capacity for the past five years. He is Professor of Digital Transformation Policy and Governance in the Department of Government at the University of the West Indies, Mona.

He is also the Digital Lead for the UWI’s Digital Transformation Programme.

Professor Waller has published over 100 articles, books, book chapters, scientific research papers, and technical reports on various subjects related to the development of Jamaica.

He also serves on several local and international boards.

Meanwhile, the other re-appointed Commissioners are Patricia Sinclair McAlla, Aldrick “Allie” McNab, Anna Kasafi Perkins and Colin Maxwell.

Attorneys, Nassalie Brown and Alexander Shaw, Managing Director of the Spectrum Management Authority, Dr Maria Myers-Hamilton, and Reverend Gareth Phillips have been appointed new commissioners.