Britt Elected NCTA Chairman

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The National Cable & Telecommunications Association board voted Time
Warner Cable CEO Glenn Britt its chairman for a one-year term.

Comcast Corp. CEO Brian Roberts was named vice chair, Cablevision Systems
Corp. president Tom Rutledge is secretary and A&E Television Networks CEO
Nicolas Davatzes is treasurer.

Immediate past chairman Michael S. Willner, vice chairman and CEO of Insight
Communications Co. Inc., and NCTA president and CEO Robert Sachs were
renominated.

In addition, the following people were reappointed to the NCTA executive
committee: Decker Anstrom, president and chief operating officer, Landmark
Communications Inc.; Matthew C. Blank, chairman and CEO, Showtime Networks Inc.;
Robert Miron, chairman and CEO, Advance/Newhouse Communications; James O.
Robbins, president and CEO, Cox Communications Inc.; William T. Schleyer,
chairman and CEO, Adelphia Communications Corp.; and Carl Vogel, president and
CEO, Charter Communications Inc.

Other board elections included:

\u0007 Associate director: Robert Stanzione, president and CEO, Arris, elected to
serve a two-year term.

\u0007 At-large programmer directors: Davatzes; John S. Hendricks, chairman and
CEO, Discovery Communications Inc.; and Carole Black, president and CEO,
Lifetime Entertainment Services, all re-elected to serve two-year terms.

\u0007 At-large system directors: Peter P. Brubaker, president and CEO,
Susquehanna Media Co., re-elected to a three-year term; John D. Evans, chairman
and CEO, Evans Telecommunications Co., re-elected to a two-year term; and
William J. Bresnan, president and CEO, Bresnan Communications, elected to a
three-year term.

\u0007 Rural and small system director: Joseph S. Gans III, president and CEO,
Gans Multimedia Partnership, re-elected for a two-year term.

A total of 14 other directors were not subject to
re-election.

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