Like his predecessors Bill Kennard and Reed Hundt, outgoing FCC Chairman Michael Powell will join the Aspen Institute, a Washington think tank, for a few months once he leaves the agency.
He told reporters he intends to leave the FCC this week and described the three-month period as a senior fellow with the group as a good opportunity to "decompress" after his nearly eight years at the commission. He will advise the communications and society program on leadership, communications policy and program activities and operations.
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