Broadband Briefs for 07/15/09

Wed, 07/15/2009 - 8:00am

Cox appoints Stanley to VP of ops in Va.
By CED staff

Cox Communications has named Kim Stanley vice president of operations for the Roanoke, Va., organization.

Stanley's responsibilities include day-to-day management of the Roanoke operation, strategic development of personnel, and financial performance and growth of the operation.

Prior to her new position, Stanley was vice president of Cox Business in Roanoke. Before joining Cox, she was with Level 3 Communications and served as their vice president of partner sales east, as well as their regional vice president of sales and operations. In addition, she has held various positions at KMC Telecom and MCI Communications.

Motorola names Ogle CMO for mobile unit
By CED staff

Motorola has appointed William Ogle as chief marketing officer for Motorola’s Mobile Devices business.

Ogle will lead the marketing and branding efforts for Mobile Devices and will be responsible for all aspects of the marketing, advertising, interactive marketing and brand strategy, management and execution.

Ogle has nearly 20 years of consumer branding and product marketing experience. Most recently, he served as chief marketing officer for Samsung Telecommunications America.

More Broadband Direct 07/15/09:
•  CBS, Scripps, Rainbow join the fold for Comcast Web trial
•  Cablevision excels in customer satisfaction
•  Verizon bows social networking service
•  Insight Communications announces executive appointments
•  Virgin Media completes DOCSIS 3.0 upgrade
•  American Cable Association backs Local Television Freedom Act
•  FCC orders review of international broadband usage
•  Vermont says FairPoint hasn't addressed problems
•  Intel's strong numbers suggest PC business on mend
•  Broadband Briefs for 07/15/09

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