Waz Leaving Comcast for Broadband Internet Technology Advisory Group

Joe Waz, Comcast's senior vice president of external affairs and public policy counsel is stepping down after 17 years with Comcast, effective April 30. Waz has had primary responsibility for the company's public policy. Waz is moving to the West Coast to become a part-time consultant, with Comcast as his first client. He will also chair the Broadband Internet Technology Advisory Group.

Comcast is already heavying up on the policy side. NCTA President Kyle McSlarrow comes on board beginning next month as President, Comcast/NBCU Washington, in charge of Comcast's public policy office in Washington.


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