to SVP-investor relations, Cablevision, from SVP-new product management at Time Warner Cable.
to SVP-digital media, Si TV, from VP-business and marketing development, Lifetime Online.
to VP-sports team publicity, Madison Square Garden, from director, media relations, for ESPN.
to VP/GM for Time Warner Cable’s Rio Grande Valley system in Texas, from GM of digital phone for Time Warner Cable in Waco.
to VP-commercial sales, Time Warner Cable Southwest division, from regional director of national accounts for XO Telecommunications-Allegiance Telecom.
to director of security operations, Time Warner Cable Los Angeles Metro division, from senior manager of security for Comcast’s Southern California region.
to VP-human resources, Time Warner Cable Southwest division, from VP-human resources for Cox’s West Texas region.
to chief marketing officer for TBS and TNT, from SVP-sports marketing and programming for TNT and TBS.
to VP-finance, Time Warner Cable Southwest division, from VP/CFO for Adelphia’s Central region.
to VP-business development, OnDemand Essentials, Rentrak, from VP-sales and marketing for Q Television Network.
to VP/GM, for Time Warner Cable’s Corpus Christi, Texas, system, from GM for Time Warner in south central Texas.
to SVP and general counsel for A&E Television Networks, from EVP and general counsel for Court TV.
to associate director of marketing, CABLEready; previously she worked for Westfair Communications.
AMIE LA VOIE
to local account executive for Cox Media Hampton Roads, Va., from banquet coordinator/manager for KCCC.
to VP-business development, TBS Inc., from VP-business strategy and development for AOL.
to program coordinator, CABLEready; previously she worked for Court TV.
to chief staff officer/executive director of SMPTE (Society of Motion Picture and Television Engineers), from VP-marketing, membership and business development, SCTE.
to director of learning and development for Comcast’s south Florida region; she joined Comcast in 2000.
to VP-marketing and sales, Time Warner Cable Southwest division, from VP-marketing and sales for Cox’s west Texas region.
to the board of directors for the Massachusetts Network Communications Council; he serves as president and CEO of Cedar Point Communications.
to VP and general sales manager for Adlink, from local sales manager.
LISA S. PARKER
to regional sales supervisor for Cox Media Hampton Roads, Va., from regional account executive.
to director of research for Music Choice; previously she was an independent consultant providing research support to media companies.
to VP-communications, Spike TV, from senior director of communications.
HDNet’s David Green passed away last month. Green, 60, was executive producer for news and documentary programming, including HDNet World Report.
Sol Schildhause, the first chief of the FCC’s Cable TV Bureau and an industry advocate, passed away at age 89. His personal oral history of the cable industry’s genesis is available on the Cable Center website.