Time Warner Cable Inc.: The results of TWC’s changes to its organizational structure look like this:
>> Technology and Network Operations will be headed by Mike LaJoie, who will serve as executive vice president/Chief Technology and Network Operations Officer. The leadership team will include Frank Boncimino, senior vice president/CIO; Dave Flessas, senior vice president/NOC and Operations Support; Mike Hayashi, executive vice president/Architecture, Development and Engineering; Henry Hryckiewicz, senior vice president/Business/Residential Field Network Engineering Operations; Jim Ludington, senior vice president/Technology Business Operations; James Manchester, senior vice president/Applications Operations; Howard Pfeffer, senior vice president/Broadband Engineering and Technology; Matt Stanek, senior vice president/Core, Metro and Regional Network Operations; and Matt Zelesko, senior vice president/Converged Technology Group.
>> Residential Services operations report to Bill Goetz, executive vice president/COO. The leadership team will include Jeff Hirsch, executive vice president/Chief Marketing and Sales Officer; and John Keib, executive vice president/Chief Care and Technical Operations Officer.
>> Media Services will continue to be led by Joan Gillman, executive vice president/COO for Media Services.
>> Business Services will be led by a new executive vice president/COO. Gerry Campbell, who fills that position now but who will retire in June, is helping with the search process along with Business Services Presidents Ken Fitzpatrick and Craig Collins.
Optelian: Brian Pratt has joined the optical networking specialist company as vice president/Product Marketing, responsible for developing and leading the team that will define new products and bring them to market. Pratt comes over from Alcatel-Lucent, where he was vice president/Business Development for the Kindsight team.

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