Time Warner Elevates Two


Stamford, Conn.--Time Warner Cable last week announced a
staff realignment in its marketing and new-business departments.

The MSO has named Richard J. Davies senior vice president
of corporate development. Most recently, Davies played a major role in managing the public
offering of shares in Time Warner Telecommunications, Time Warner Cable president Glenn
Britt said in a press release. Davies joined Time Warner Cable's predecessor,
American Television and Communications, in 1979.

Kevin J. Leddy has been named senior vice president of new
product development, a new position with the company. Leddy started in the industry in
1977 as a research manager with the National Cable Television Association. He joined
Warner Cable in 1980, before the company was merged into Time Warner Cable in 1992.

James D. Felhauer has succeeded Leddy as senior vice
president of marketing. Most recently, Felhauer was president of Time Warner Cable's
San Diego division, which has already launched Time Warner Digital Cable and Road Runner

"As Time Warner Cable moves to capitalize on the
wide-ranging opportunities that are emerging as our business evolves into the digital
future, we are fortunate to be able to draw on the skills of some highly capable
executives," Britt said in a press release.

Time Warner Cable serves 12.9 million customers; 80 percent
reside in Time Warner clusters of 100,000 subscribers or more.