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Broadwing announced that John McLeod has resigned his position as Chief Operating Officer effective November 6, 2005

October 13, 2005

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AUSTIN, Texas -- Broadwing Communications, LLC (Broadwing), a consolidated subsidiary of Broadwing Corporation (NASDAQ:BWNG) today announced that John McLeod has resigned his position as Chief Operating Officer effective November 6, 2005.

"Broadwing's network and operations functions are in a very strong position, a fact that was never more evident to me than when I witnessed the flawless performance of Broadwing's employees and network during and after the recent devastating hurricanes," said McLeod. "I have been privileged to lead a team of outstanding executives heading up network operations, engineering & planning, and information technology who are truly dedicated to serving the communications needs of Broadwing customers. The Company is now well-positioned as the service provider of choice to enterprises and carriers, and therefore I have decided that it is the appropriate time for me to pursue new professional challenges."

Broadwing executives will continue to have direct responsibility for the operational units they lead, and will report directly to Dr. David R. Huber, Chairman and CEO of Broadwing Corporation.

"Since joining Broadwing in 2003, John has led our successful efforts to expand and diversify our network and dramatically reduce the Company's cost of providing service," said Dr. Huber. "I would like to thank John for the significant contributions he has made to Broadwing's success and wish him the best of luck in his future endeavors."

Broadwing Corp.

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