While a commissioner at the FCC, Baker voted heartedly in favor of the Comcast’s purchase of NBCU. Just four months later, she left the Commission to help steer the merged entity through regulatory waters as one of the merged companies’ top government affairs execs. After serving in the public sector for so long, Baker enjoys being on the inside track of tech development. Her favorite part of coming to work is “to be part of such an innovative culture and watch new technologies—mobile, online, 4K, and more—change the way we all view content.”
What’s your favorite part of your job?
To be part of such an innovative culture and watch new technologies—mobile, online, 4K, and more—change the way we all view content.
What’s been the biggest story in cable this year?
Technology. Consumers have incredible entertainment options today and the cable industry is delivering new technology and tools to help bring consumers the content they want in a friendly, intuitive and accessible way.
Who would you want to swap jobs with for a month and why?
Natalie Morales. Every day her job is to meet and talk to the newsmakers of the day. Plus, she doesn’t have to do her own hair and makeup!
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