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WSJ: FCC's Meredith Baker Headed to Comcast

The Wall Street Journal is reporting that GOP Commissioner Meredith Baker, whose term expires in June, plans to leave the agency and take a job in Comcast's Washington lobbying shop. Kyle McSlarrow, the longtime head of the National Cable and Telecommunications Association, joined Comcast in April as president of its DC office.

The FCC and the Justice Department approved Comcast's combination with NBC Universal in January, with Baker voting for the deal.

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