Broadstripe’s COO John Brooks has resigned from the MSO to pursue other business opportunities and personal interests, according to Bizjournals.

Brooks was one of the four founders of Broadstripe, which was previously known as Millennium Digital Media Systems. Brooks founded the company in 1998, along with former Charter Communications executives Kelvin Westbrook, Jeffrey Sander and Charles Payer Jr.

In September 2006, Bill Shreffler was named the president and CEO of Broadstripe, replacing Westbrook, who was named chairman and CSO. Westbrook resigned from his position in October.

Broadstripe provides voice, video and high-speed Internet services to about 120,000 residential and commercial customers in Maryland, Michigan, Washington State and Oregon.

Last month, the company named Eric Freesmeier as the company’s chief people officer, and it named Bruce E. Beard as the company’s general counsel.

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