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  • Hindery Steps to Plate On YES, Industry Issues.
     // Multichannel News; 12/3/2001, Vol. 22 Issue 49, p3 

    Presents an interview with Leo Hindery, president of Yankees Entertainment and Sports Network. Opinion on the complexities of the cable television market; Views on the plans of the network on the availability of rights; Remarks on the rumors of the resignation of former Turner Sports president...

  • Hindery Backs Plans For Formula 1 Race On Streets of Jersey.
     // Multichannel News; 10/31/2011, Vol. 32 Issue 41, p4 

    The article reports on the efforts of telecommunications executive Leo J. Hindery to bring a Formula 1 car race in New Jersey by being the chairman of the project called Grand Prix of America at Port Imperial.

  • Hindery blasts high cost of talent.
     // Electronic Media; 09/29/97, Vol. 16 Issue 40, p1 

    Focuses on Leo Hindery, TCI president, opposition to the high salaries of actors and sports stars. Why Hindery opposed the salaries; Comments from Hindery; Information on celebrities and their salaries.

  • Re-regulation risky for cable: Hindery.
    Halonen, Doug // Electronic Media; 05/04/98, Vol. 17 Issue 19, p72 

    Presents information on the views of Leo Hindery Jr., president of TCI company on re-regulation in relation to the cable television industry. Comments made by Hindery at a speech in Washington Metropolitan Cable Club; Reference to the 1996 Telecommunications Act; Indepth look at Hindery's views.

  • Off with their heads.
    Ryan, Vincent // Telephony; 10/23/2000, Vol. 239 Issue 17, p104 

    Discusses information on the chief executive leadership. Reason for the departures of chief executive officers (CEO); Resignation of Leo Hindery as CEO of Global Crossing; Advice for the boards of directors of Lucent and AT&T.

  • Digital blast from TCI's Hindery.
    McConville, Jim // Electronic Media; 09/01/97, Vol. 16 Issue 36, p1 

    Presents an interview with TCI President Leo Hindery, on what he believes to be the duplicity of broadcasters concerning high definition television in the United States.

  • Hindery payout starts at $44 million.
    J.M.H. // Broadcasting & Cable; 05/05/97, Vol. 127 Issue 19, p12 

    Reports on Tele-Communications Inc.'s president Leo Hindery's receipt of $44 million as part of his deal in running MSO. Hindery as a sole owner of partnerships of operating systems; Option for 1 million share of stocks.

  • Hindery triggers fashion crisis.
    Higgins, John M. // Broadcasting & Cable; 09/07/98, Vol. 128 Issue 37, p7 

    Reports that Leo Hindery, president of Tele-Communications Inc. and chairman of Walter Kaitz Foundation, is demanding that the formal event for Kaitz dinner be black tie optional. Reasons for the switch toward casual dress; Remarks other cable executives.

  • TCI, mea culpa.
    Mack, David // Colorado Business Magazine; Aug98, Vol. 25 Issue 8, p48 

    Reports on the changes implemented by Leo A. Hindery, who has been appointed president at TCI International Inc., a cable operator. Apology given by the company for being sidetracked from its core business; Upgrading from analog to digital infrastructure; Entry into the telephone business.

  • Team Hindery in the TCI pit: `It's an easy fix'.
    Burgi, Michael // Adweek Western Edition; 03/17/97, Vol. 47 Issue 11, Cable Report p16 

    Profiles Leo Hindery Jr., the executive tasked to refocus Tele-Communications Inc. Biggest strength in leading TCI in a new direction; Hindery's reputation for solving problems of bad cable systems; Business career highlights; Knack for learning new things from the leaders in the field.

  • TCI taps Hindery new prez.
    Peers, Martin; Dempsey, John // Variety; 2/17/97, Vol. 366 Issue 3, p43 

    Reports on Leo Hindery's appointment as president of Tele-Communications Inc. Duties and responsibilities.

  • Malone turns to an outsider.
    Burgi, Michael // MediaWeek; 02/10/97, Vol. 7 Issue 6, p10 

    Announces the appointment of Leo Hindery Jr. as president of TeleCommunications (TCI) Inc. Role of overseeing the president of TCI Communications; Experience as the managing general partner and chief executive officer of Intermedia Partners.

  • Can TCI pull off latest industrywide venture?
    Dawson, Fred // Inter@ctive Week; 07/13/98, Vol. 5 Issue 26, pI-8 

    Reports that Leo Hindery, president of Tele-Communications Incorporated (TCI), has expressed interest in seeing a merger involving @Home Network Corporation and the merged operations of Time Warner Incorporated and MediaOne Group completed. How the merger could affect universal computer network...

  • TCI, Cox execs feed lawyer's curiosity.
    A.T.K. // MediaWeek; 11/03/97, Vol. 7 Issue 41, p40 

    Reports that Walter Hansell, a partner with San Francisco, California-based law firm Cooper, White and Cooper, won lunch dates with TCI president Leo Hindery, and Cox Communications chief executive officer Jim Robbins during an auction held by the Women in Cable and Telecommunications. ...

  • Hindery sees capital improvement.
    Albiniak, Paige // Broadcasting & Cable; 05/04/98, Vol. 128 Issue 19, p100 

    Reports on the changes to Tele-Communications Incorporated's (TCI) cable system. When TCI launched its digital service; Reference to previous complaints about the system; Number of anticipated customers expected by the end of 1998; TCI's opposition to Congress's demand that all cable operators...

  • Team Hindery in the TCI pit: `It's an easy fix'.
    Burgi, Michael // MediaWeek;  

    Profiles Leo Hindery Jr., president of Tele-Communications Inc. Confidence in the business; Partnership with John Mallone in leading company; Reputation for solving problems of bad cable systems.

  • Hindery quandary: $ doubt vs. build-out.
    Peers, Martin // Variety; 04/21/97, Vol. 366 Issue 12, p27 

    Reports on the emergence of more problems at Tele-Communications Inc. since Leo Hindery took over as president of the troubled cable giant. Reorganization of management structure; Sale of a portion of the company's cable systems to cable partners; Decline in Tele-Communications' share price.

  • Last year he moved mountains. Now what?
    Hall, Lee // Electronic Media; 01/19/98, Vol. 17 Issue 3, p60 

    Focuses on Leo Hindery, president of TCI company. Background information on Hindery; Reference to the increase in TCI's cash flow by 25 percent; Hindery's role in overseeing the negotiation of 42 substantial system swaps or sales. INSET: Life in a fishbowl is like, well, life in a fishbowl..

  • Hindery talks tough to turn TCI around.
    Colman, Price // Broadcasting & Cable; 03/24/97, Vol. 127 Issue 12, p11 

    Reports on the Tele-Communications Inc. president-elect Leo J. Hindery Jr.'s strategy to attract telecommunication subscribers. Financial measures to be implemented by Hindery for the company's turnaround.

  • Staying away from blue sky.
    Colman, Price // Broadcasting & Cable; 03/24/97, Vol. 127 Issue 12, p60 

    Reports on the speech given by Leo J. Hindery, president of Tele-Communications Inc., to the attendees of the cable industry convention on being temperate about overpromising. Customer as the central focus to succeed in the industry.

  • TCI faces sinking sub numbers.
    Higgins, John M. // Broadcasting & Cable; 06/30/97, Vol. 127 Issue 27, p8 

    Reports on Tele-Communications Inc.'s (TCI) declining subscriber base under president Leo Hindery's cost-cutting program. Sale of cable systems to other operators; Internal losses in basic and pay cable customers; Cable rate hikes initiated by the company in the summer of 1996. INSET: TCI taps...

  • Leo Hindery Jr.
    Hall, Lee // Electronic Media; 01/25/99, Vol. 18 Issue 4, p66 

    Profiles Leo Hindery Jr., president and chief operating officer at TCI Communications. Hindery as head of the consumer division of AT&T upon consummation of merger of the two companies; Reorganization efforts for TCI in 1998.

  • Hindery urges restraint.
    Hatch, David // Electronic Media; 03/29/99, Vol. 18 Issue 13, p2 

    Reports that AT&T Broadband & Internet Services president Leo Hindery Jr. has warned cable operators not to increase rates as the industry nears the March 31, 1999 end of rate regulation. Need to conduct businesses in ways that are respectful both of policy makers' concerns and cable customers;...

  • INVESTMENT BANKING DATABASE: MEDIA/ENTERTAINMENT.
    Hatch, David // Investment Dealers' Digest; 3/7/2005, Vol. 71 Issue 9, p52 

    The article presents statistical information related to investments in the media and entertainment sector. The article depicts the Global Media and Entertainment Underwriting Volume as of February 2005. The security type of the global volume by product includes common stock, convertibles,...

  • Hindery returns.
    Mermigas, Diane // Electronic Media; 9/17/2001, Vol. 20 Issue 38, p19 

    Focuses on the come back of Leo Hindery, the chief executive officer of the Yankee Entertainment and Sports (YES) Network to the cable industry in New York. Reason for returning; Comments of Hindery on the effects of the terrorist attacks on the cable industry; Confidence on the ability of the...

  • RETHINKING THE LOCAL PLAY.
    LaBarba, Liane H. // Telephony; 05/08/2000, Vol. 238 Issue 19, p8 

    Offers a look at the incumbent assets of Global Crossing. Intention of the company to sell the local loop assets acquired as part of the Frontier acquisition; Plans of the company to build a global network; Statement issued by Chief Executive Officer Leo Hindery.

  • THE ESTABLISHMENT RETHINKS GLOBALIZATION.
    Greider, William // Rachel's Democracy & Health News; 5/17/2007, Issue 907, p4 

    The article focuses on the efforts of former corporate executives Ralph Gomory and Leo Hindery to re-educate members of the U.S. Congress about the destructive impact of globalization on U.S. prosperity. They want to counter the Hamilton Project which aims to make sure the laissez-faire trade...

  • 'I want us to be partners'.
    Greider, William // Electronic Media; 04/26/99, Vol. 18 Issue 17, p29 

    Reports on the National Association of Broadcasters' 1999 convention held in Las Vegas, Nevada. AT and T Broadband and Internet Services Chief Executive Officer Leo Hindery's call a partnership between broadcast and cable television industries; Paxson Communications Chairman Lowell Paxson's...

  • Malone, Hindery quit Lenfest.
    Higgins, John M. // Broadcasting & Cable; 10/20/97, Vol. 127 Issue 43, p55 

    Reports on the resignation of Tele-Communications Inc.'s executives John Malone and Leo Hindery as board members of Lenfest Communications Inc. Malone and Hindery's main reason in resigning; Effect of the resignation to Lenfest Communications.

  • Hindery still a key player.
    Mermigas, Diane // Electronic Media; 07/06/98, Vol. 17 Issue 28, p1 

    Reports on the appointment of Leo Hindery Jr. as president of American Telegraph and Telephone (AT&T) Consumer Services Company. Length of time Hindery's contract as president will last; Details of the post.

  • MONACO, MONZA, � WEEHAWKEN? NJ MAKES F1 BID.
    SMITH, STEVEN COLE // AutoWeek; 8/22/2011, Vol. 61 Issue 17, p72 

    The article reports that the mayors of Weehawken and West New York, New Jersey are planning to bring a Formula One U.S. Grand Prix, car racing competition to New York in the beginning of the year 2013. It mentions that the New York Grand Prix will be held after the Montreal Grand Prix in...

  • Malone again, naturally.
    Burgi, Michael // Adweek Western Edition; 03/17/97, Vol. 47 Issue 11, Cable Report p14 

    Focuses on John Malone's move to tap Leo Hindery Jr. to refocus Tele-Communications Inc. (TCI), after the company's cash flow was ravaged by capital expenditure and losing 70,000 subscribers to the rival satellite business. Problems encountered by TCI in 1996; Plans for expanding analog video...

  • Hindery Says 'Yes' To Yankees Network.
    Umstead, R. Thomas; Farrell, Mike // Multichannel News; 9/17/2001, Vol. 22 Issue 38, p10 

    Reports the employment of Leo Hindery as chief executive officer and part owner of the Yankees Entertainment and Sports (YES) Network in the United States. Merger between Bresnan Communications Inc. and YES; Terms of the agreement under the merger; Plan of YES to buy back property rights under...

  • Bullish on wireless -- and dial-up.
    Biagi, Susan // Telephony; 07/03/2000, Vol. 239 Issue 1, p30 

    Reports on the 2000 Broadband show of the wireless communications industry of the United States (U.S.). Impact of the numerous wireless standards on wireless usage in the U.S. according to Leo Hindery, chief executive officer of Global Crossing; Features of Plexus 9000, the broadband wireless...

  • Hindery lands gig as Somers gets nod.
    Farrell // Multichannel News; 12/13/99, Vol. 20 Issue 51, p6 

    Reports on Leo J. Hindery Jr.'s appointment as chairman and chief executive officer of GlobalCenter Inc. and Daniel Somers' appointment as president of AT&T Broadband and Internet Services. Hindery's previous position at AT&T Broadband; Job responsibilities; Career backgrounds.

  • Private Equity's Black Sheep.
    Birger, Jon // Fortune; 10/1/2007, Vol. 156 Issue 7, p50 

    The article presents an interview with Leo Hindery, the managing partner at InterMedia Partners. When asked whether he made a lot of friends testifying before the U.S. House Ways and Means Committee Hindery says that Bruce Rosenblum doesn't think he is the cat's meow. Hindery believes that...

  • Malone picks new no. 2.
    Colman, Price // Broadcasting & Cable; 02/10/97, Vol. 127 Issue 6, p6 

    Reports on Tele-Communications Inc. chairman John Malone's selection of Leo Hindery as president of the company. Satisfaction over Hindery's appointment; Speculations over the corporate fate of Brendan Clouston, president and chief executive officer of TCI Communications; Candidates rumored to...

  • Wireless to go broadband.
    Moore, Cathleen // InfoWorld; 07/17/2000, Vol. 22 Issue 29, p62D 

    Presents the topics discussed by Leo Hindery, chief executive officer of Global Crossing Ltd., at the Broadband Year 2000 show. Delay in the development of wireless broadband in the United States (U.S.); Growing importance of wireless in broadband connectivity; Suggestion for the resolution of...

  • TCI regroups under Hindery.
    Colman, Price // Broadcasting & Cable; 04/21/97, Vol. 127 Issue 17, p50 

    Reports on the reorganization of Tele-Communications Inc. of its cable operations under its president Leo Hindery. Extent of the restructuring effort encompassing roughly 14 million subscribers; Restructuring effort to undo the earlier effort by former president Brendan Clouston. INSET: TCI's...

  • My Metric.
    Colman, Price // Fortune International (Europe); 3/17/2008, Vol. 157 Issue 5, p14 

    The article comments on methods for calculating the unemployment rate in the U.S. Leo Hindery, an employee of the company InterMedia Partners, argues that the best way to determine the unemployment rate is to add in those who marked "marginally attached" and "part-time for economic reasons" on...

  • My Metric.
    Colman, Price // Fortune; 3/17/2008, Vol. 157 Issue 5, p22 

    The article comments on methods for calculating the unemployment rate in the U.S. Leo Hindery, an employee of the company InterMedia Partners, argues that the best way to determine the unemployment rate is to add in those who marked "marginally attached" and "part-time for economic reasons" on...

  • Beddow departing AT&T broadband.
    Colman, Price // Broadcasting & Cable; 03/22/99, Vol. 129 Issue 12, p18 

    Reports on the retirement of David Beddow as president of AT&T Broadband and Internet Services' National Digital Television Center in Denver, Colorado. Rumored clash between Beddow and AT&T executive Leo Hindery.

  • Leo in Lion's den at TVB in Vegas.
    Colman, Price // Electronic Media; 04/19/99, Vol. 18 Issue 16, p1 

    Focuses on the speech of AT&T Broadband & Internet Services President Leo Hindery at the Television Bureau of Advertising/National Association of Broadcasters' convention in Las Vegas, Nevada to address cable television technology issues in the United States.

  • Previewing the Atlantic Show.
    McConville, Jim // Electronic Media; 10/11/99, Vol. 18 Issue 41, p2 

    Previews the Atlantic Cable Show 1999 in Baltimore, Maryland. Keynote speech of Leo Hindery Jr., former president of AT&T Broadband & Internet Services; Panel sessions devoted to digital cable technology; Panel speakers.

  • Ops, Nets Take Swings Over Sports Tiers.
    Umstead, Thomas // Multichannel News; 11/17/2003, Vol. 24 Issue 46, p22 

    Reports on the arguments of multiple services operators in the U.S. on the increasing programming rates in covering sports events. Views of Leo Hindery, Yankees Entertainment Sports Network president, on sports programming; Implications for sports networks.

  • Hindery talks rate control.
    Mermigas, Diane // Electronic Media; 08/17/98, Vol. 17 Issue 34, p2 

    Reports on the plan of the United States National Cable Television Association chairman Leo Hindery Jr. to intensify pressure on cable companies who impose double-digit rate increases. Need for more restraint; Concerns from legislators; Impact on the industry; Increases in cover program costs.

  • Hindery decries gender pay gap.
    Higgins, John M. // Broadcasting & Cable; 11/02/98, Vol. 128 Issue 45, p40 

    Focuses on the views of Tele-Communications Incorporated President Leo Hindery on the pay gap between male and female employees in the cable industry. Recommendation of Hindery to review the salary gaps; Implication of the pay gap.

  • Hindery says he's staying.
    McConville, Jim; Halonen, Doug; Hall, Lee // Electronic Media; 06/28/99, Vol. 18 Issue 26, p2 

    Focuses on the assurance given by Leo Hindery of the continuation of his tenure as executive at AT&T Corp. Denial of rumors of personal conflict with AT&T Chief Michael Armstrong; Announcement made at a private meeting at the National Cable Television Association Show in Chicago, Illinois.

  • Darwinian dilemma.
    Vittore, Vince; Miller, Elizabeth Starr // Telephony; 10/16/2000, Vol. 239 Issue 16, p8 

    Discusses the reasons for the fall of the competitive local exchange carriers (CLEC) market in the United States. Views on the effectiveness of the CLEC model; Status of several companies in the telecommunication industry; Views on the resignation of Leo Hindery from Global Crossing.

  • TCI deal sweet for senior exex.
    Peers, Martin // Variety; 03/22/99, Vol. 374 Issue 5, p26 

    Reports on the worth of stocks granted by Tele-Communications Inc. to Leo Hindery, the telecommunication firm's president.

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