After nearly 28 years with Time Warner, Andy Heller recently left the building. On Apr 1, he started consulting for MacAndrews & Forbes, a holding company with interests in various public and private companies, including Revlon. Reached by email Wed, Heller said it was a great run and that he loved every minute, but is “very much looking forward to some new exciting challenges and opportunities as the industry tries to redefine itself in a fully digital and IP-based environment.” MacAndrews has companies in that space. More on Heller’s reasons for leaving and what he accomplished at Turner.
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News from the Hill on setting user fees for spectrum licenses, the Cyber Intelligence Sharing and Protection Act and policy on promoting global Internet freedom.
Roku has reached a milestone with the number of streaming players it has shipped since ’08.