Blair Levin talks about Surgical Theater

Blair Levin was the  chief of staff to Federal Communications Commission (FCC) chairman duting the Presidency of Bill Clinton.

In 2008, he co-chaired the technology, innovation and government reform transition team for President-elect Barack Obama and subsequently served as the executive director for the effort that produced the National Broadband Plan from 2009 to 2010.

In May 2010 he left the FCC and became a fellow at the Communications and Society program of the Aspen Institute. Starting in 2011, he was executive director of the Gig.U project, a consortium of 29 research university communities seeking to accelerate the deployment of next generation networks in the United States.

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