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Clear Channel Expands Lobbying Office

Clear Channel Expands Lobbying Office
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Clear Channel Communications has added two former congressional staffers to its Washington lobbying team. Robert Fisher and Brendan Kelsay join the company beginning March 1.
Andrew Levin, Clear Channel's Senior Vice President of Government Relations, said he looks forward to the bipartisan public policy experience
Fisher and Kelsay will bring to Clear Channel's Washington office.
Fisher joins Clear Channel from the Senate Commerce Committee, where he advised Chairman John McCain, R-Ariz., on telecommunications and mass media issues. He began his career with Senator McCain in 1997 as a legislative liaison in the Arizona state office, and worked on Senator McCain's last re-election campaign before joining the Senate Commerce Committee in Washington.
Kelsay comes to Clear Channel from the House Commerce Committee, where he advised Committee Ranking Member John Dingell, D-Mich., on telecommunications and mass media issues.
Prior to joining the House Commerce Committee, Kelsay held positions with the House Democratic Caucus, led by Rep. Vic Fazio, D-Calif., the Georgia state legislature, and numerous political campaigns.

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