Comcast has announced that National Cable & Telecommunications Association President Kyle McSlarrow will join the company next month as president, Comcast/NBCU, Washington, Broadcasting & Cable reported.
"Mr. McSlarrow will have dual responsibilities in business operations and public policy in Washington, D.C.,” the company said in a statement. “On the operations side, Mr. McSlarrow will help lead the company’s efforts in the Washington metropolitan area around the customer experience and product development. In addition, he will participate in national efforts to improve the customer experience and will help lead strategic planning around the extension of Comcast Business Services at the federal and state government levels."
According to B&C: “McSlarrow will head up Comcast’s public policy office in Washington, so he will essentially go from heading up lobbying in Washington for NCTA to heading up lobbying in Washington for its largest member.”
McSlarrow announced several months ago that he planned to leave the organization to take a job in the cable industry.