Roger Keating is out as evp, operations of Time Warner Cable’s L.A. division and is no longer with the company. His departure comes after a host of complaints and bad publicity regarding the MSO’s integration of the L.A. Adelphia and Comcast systems that it acquired last year. TWC NY head Barry Rosenblum, a 27-year vet of the company, will add L.A. to his responsibilities. Rosenblum will continue his oversight of TW’s NYC operations—putting him in charge of the country’s 2 largest DMAs. Time Warner Cable called the changes part of the "next phase of its integration efforts in the Los Angeles area." "These organizational changes will help ensure the company completes the integration of all its systems acquired from Adelphia and Comcast, improves the performance of our operations and rolls out its full array of services and products to all 1.9mln customers in the Los Angeles region as planned by the second half of this year," a spokeswoman said. There was no word of additional departures, but the MSO said Rosenblum will bring some members of his management team from the Northeast Region with him. That team includes Stephen Pagano, formerly the Albany, NY, div pres, as well as his CFO Nina Facini and chief marketing officer John Keib. The changes are effective immediately. Pagano will relocate to L.A., while Rosenblum, Facini and Kieb will spend a significant amount of time in L.A., in their respective roles.

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