FCC adviser to depart for post at Aspen Institute

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Blair Levin, President Obama’s National Broadband Plan adviser, is leaving his work at the FCC for the Aspen Institute, Broadcasting & Cable reports. His new title there: Communications & Society Fellow. CPB has long worked with the institute, participating in think-ins including its Roundtables on Public Service Media in March 2009 (PDF). CPB President Pat Harrison credited that work in her announcement last month of CPB’s $10 million local journalism initiative (Current, April 5). Levin’s last day with the FCC will be May 7.

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