COO Bellville Leaves Charter

Farrell, Mike
September 2004
Multichannel News;9/20/2004, Vol. 25 Issue 38, p3
This article focuses on Margaret Bellville, chief operating officer of Charter Communications Inc. Margaret Bellville has resigned after less than two years on the job. Bellville, one of cable's highest-ranking female operations executives, joined Charter on December 4, 2002, as executive vice president of operations, after a short stint as CEO of based streaming-media provider Incanta Inc. Bellville is the fourth senior Charter executive to resign in the past three months. Prior to Incana, Bellville spent six years at Cox Communications Inc., including about two years as COO, before resigning in January 2001.


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