Bob Barlow Named Time Warner Cable San Diego DivisionPresident

Bob Barlow has been named President of the Time Warner Cable San Diego Division. In this role, Barlow will be responsible for the cable broadband operations in the communities the company serves in the San Diego division which includes the Desert Cities system serving the Coachella Valley, Banning and Yucca Valley areas.

Barlow has more than 28 years of cable experience, during which he has served in a variety of executive positions with Time Warner Cable. For the previous three years, Barlow served as President of the South Carolina Division of Time Warner Cable. Under his leadership, the division successfully launched Start Over, Look Back and Switched Digital Video technologies and in 2006, received the TWC Innovation Award.

In addition to his work in South Carolina, Barlow served as Division President of Time Warner Cable Desert Cities Division in California, where he skillfully led the integration of the Palm Springs and MediaOne Palm Desert cable systems into one operating unit. Barlow is also credited with merging two separate cable companies and cultures into one cohesive unit as Vice President/General Manager of the Pinellas County, Florida region.

Barlow’s career at Time Warner Cable began in 1980 as Manager of Finance in Englewood, Colorado. Barlow quickly climbed the ranks and became Director of Financial Analysis and Director of Cable Investments before he left for Indianapolis in 1984. He earned his M.B.A in Finance and a B.A. in Biological Sciences from Indiana University.

About Time Warner Cable Desert Cities:

More than 600 local employees serve approximately 168,000 households in the Desert Cities system of the San Diego Division with cable television, high-speed online and home telephone services over a fiber-rich broadband network. The Desert Cities system serves the Coachella Valley , Banning and Yucca Valley areas.

Time Warner Cable is the second-largest cable operator in the U.S., with technologically advanced, well-clustered systems located mainly in five geographic areas — New York state (including New York City), the Carolinas, Ohio, southern California (including Los Angeles) and Texas. As of December 31, 2007 , Time Warner Cable served approximately 14.6 million customers who subscribed to one or more of its video, high-speed data and voice services. More information is available at