Assistant Attorney General
Gordon Boelter is an Assistant Attorney General for the Office of Cable Television (OCT). Mr. Boelter provides assistance in the regulation and governing of the cable companies in the District of Columbia. His responsibilities at OCT have included, handling procurement, programming, and production contracts between OCT, other government agencies and third party contractors; advising the city’s government cable channels on privacy, copyright, music licensing, local and federal regulations; procedures related to providing programming content; the provision of customer service, construction, technical, and other terms of franchise agreements between the District and cable operators; and oversight of cable rates and franchise fee payments to the District.
Mr. Boelter has over 20 years of legal and managerial experience in telecommunications, corporate, contract, entertainment law matters and small business start-up matters. He is committed to achieving the Agency’s mission to protect and advance the cable service-related interests of the District and its residents. Prior to joining OCT, Mr. Boelter served in a variety of roles in the cable television and hospitality industries.
Mr. Boelter holds a Bachelor of Science degree in Business Administration from Northeastern University and a Juris Doctor degree from Georgetown University Law Center