WASHINGTON — President Donald Trump will get some advice on communications policy from a former cable policy executive.
A former Cox Enterprises and Capitol Hill telecom adviser has joined the administration as special assistant to the president for technology, telecom and cyber-security policy.
Grace Koh has most recently been deputy chief counsel to the House Communications Subcommittee. Before that she was policy council at the Cox Enterprises public policy office, dealing with cable, Internet and broadcast issues. Her resume also includes the communications group at Willkie Farr & Gallagher LLP.
Koh has called the FCC’s set-top proposal ill-conceived and ill-funded and is no fan of Title II reclassification.
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