Michael Doyle appointed to board of directors for RCH Cable

February 4, 2009

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MOORESTOWN, N.J. -- RCH Cable, the country's leading cable industry-exclusive acquisition and retention company, today announced the appointment of Michael A. Doyle as a member of its Board of Directors. For the past 25 years Doyle served as a key executive for Comcast Corporation (Nasdaq: CMCSA - News). He was most recently president of the largest division of the multi-billion dollar Comcast Cable group overseeing more than 18,000 employees. Doyle is Founder and President of Broader Vision, LLC and is currently on the Board of WPCS International and the Pennsylvania Cable Network. He is also the Chairman of the Board of the Mommy's Light Lives on Fund, a charity devoted to helping children and teens who have lost a mother.

Also appointed as Director of the RCH Cable Board is Maggie Bellville, former Charter Communications (Nasdaq: CHTR - News) Chief Operating Officer, and Executive Vice President of Operations at Cox Communications. She has also served as Senior Vice President of Operations at Century Cable, and held leading executive roles at GTE Wireless/Contel Cellular, Inc.; at AT&T, and at New York Telephone. Bellville currently is on the Board of Directors for the Academy of Television Arts and Sciences Foundation (ATAS Foundation) and American-Israel Chamber of Commerce (AICCSE). Bellville is a partner in the leading telecommunications industry executive search firm, CarterBaldwin.

Doyle and Bellville will help RCH Cable identify and strategize new in-home and in the field sales, retention and collections programs that can help cable TV operators.

"Mike Doyle and Maggie Bellville are both proven leaders with unparalleled understanding of critical subscriber management issues and their financial ramifications. They will help provide invaluable new initiatives that will further reduce churn and directly benefit operators' bottom lines," said Bob Halgas, founder and CEO of RCH Cable.

RCH Outsourcing Services Inc.

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