Netflix Hires Former Skype Executive and FCC Advisor to Head Government Relations
Originally published: December 1, 2011
Last updated: December 21, 2011 - 6:37pm
Netflix has hired as its head of global government relations Christopher Libertelli, a former Skype executive and legal advisor to the chairman of the Federal Communications Commission. Libertelli will replace Michael Drobac, who said he’ll leave Netflix to launch his own public-service and health-care company. Last year, Drobac established a government-relations office in Washington.
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