WASHINGTON (AP) - October 19, 2009
Angela Belden Martinez, spokeswoman for the Motion Picture
Association of America, says chairman Dan Glickman will step down
in September when his contract expires. She says Glickman will
probably look for a public service job, perhaps pursuing his
interests in hunger and nutrition issues.
The job representing movie studios is one of Washington's most
coveted lobbying posts. Glickman earned more than $1.2 million in
2007, but has not been as visibile as his predecessor, the late
Glickman is a former Agriculture Department secretary and
Democratic congressman from Kansas.
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