Charter Hires VP of Operations

Charter Communications names Margaret 'Maggie' Bellville, previously president and CEO of Incanta, as new executive VP of operations

December 5, 2002

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ST. LOUIS -- The appointment of Margaret A. "Maggie" Bellville to Executive Vice President of Operations for Charter Communications Inc. (Nasdaq:CHTR) was announced today by Carl Vogel, President and CEO. In her new role at Charter, Ms. Bellville will have responsibility for all company field operations, as well as marketing, programming and customer care. In making the announcement, Mr. Vogel said, "We're very fortunate to have recruited this proven leader in telecommunications back to the operating side of the cable television business. With more than 20 years of broad-based experience in operations, business development, marketing and sales, Maggie will actively participate with me and others on our senior management team in taking Charter to the next level of success by driving revenue and cash flow, maximizing efficiencies, improving customer care, and targeting our messages to customers and non-customers alike." Ms. Bellville was previously President and CEO of Incanta, Inc., a start-up technology-based streaming content company based in Atlanta. She was recruited in 1995 by Cox Communications, Inc., the nation's fourth-largest cable television company, as Vice President of Operations, and advanced over six years to Executive Vice President of Operations with responsibility for that company's three operating divisions, marketing, advertising sales, customer care, research & analysis, business services, and business operations. Ms. Bellville began her career in cable television in 1993 with the former Century Communications as Senior Vice President of that company's largest operating division in Los Angeles. From 1986 to 1993, Ms. Bellville served in a variety of management positions with the former GTE Wireless/Contel Cellular, Inc. Charter Communications

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