Comcast’s Knott Steps Down

Oct 30, 2008  •  Post A Comment

Kerry Knott, a Republican who heads Comcast’s Washington, D.C., offices, has stepped down, Multichannel News reports. Knott, who will become a “strategic counsel” for the cable company and a consultant to the National Cable & Telecommunications Association, departs less than a week before Democrats may for the first time in more than a decade take control of both houses of Congress and the White House, Multichannel News says. Also, senior VP of corporate Affairs David Krone has left Comcast, the paper says.
—Danny King

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