Andrew Levin has been appointed as the Clear Channel Communications Washington lobbyist. As senior VP of government relations, he will be based at the
company's new Washington, D.C., office, reporting to chairman/CEO Lowry Mays.
Levin is an attorney and a CPA. He was most recently minority counsel to the House Committee on Energy and Commerce, and has nearly 20 years experience with telecommunications issues. During his time on Capitol Hill, Levin was a key House negotiator on many significant pieces of legislation, including the Telecommunications Act of 1996. In 2001, Levin was a leading candidate to fill the open Democratic slot on the FCC.