Posted by: Joe Eds | October 19, 2009

Glickman steps down

Dan Glickman, the CEO of the MPAA, will step down next year once his contract expires in 2010, according to Politico. He replaced the famous Jack Valenti who practically transformed the branch after being there for 40 years.  The MPAA CEO is seen as the moderator between “Hollywood business” and Washington.

Now the lobbying will begin of who replaces Glickman. Arnold is a rumor. As is former rep Harold Ford Jr. A few more names are mentioned in the article.

You know who isn’t listed on the article and wants it badly?



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