Time Warner Cable has promoted Michael Roudi to senior vice president for mobile services. Roudi will be responsible for creating and executing the company’s overall mobile strategy and managing the development and deployment of its mobile products and services. He will oversee business planning, partnership negotiations, product development, operations and overall product marketing for the company’s mobile products as well as its regional Wi-Fi initiatives. He will continue to report to Carl Rossetti, EVP, president/Time Warner Cable Ventures.

In addition, Time Warner Cable named Matthew Zelesko as senior vice president for Web services and technology. He will report to Michael Hayashi, executive vice president/Architecture, Development and Engineering. Zelesko will be responsible for leading the Web services group and developing strategy for all Web systems, connected devices, and associated technologies. His group will manage the development of services in support of Time Warner Cable’s residential, commercial and marketing portals, cross-platform utilities, and the TWCable TV product line for connected devices.

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