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CHARTER COMMUNICATIONS, INC. /MO/ filed this Form S-1 on 07/28/1999
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Prior to joining Charter Investment, Mr. McCall was associated with Crown Cable
and its predecessor company, Cencom, from 1983 to 1994. As a Regional Manager of
Cencom, Mr. McCall's responsibilities included supervising all aspects of
operations for systems located in North Carolina, South Carolina and Georgia,
consisting of over 142,000 customers. From 1977 to 1982, Mr. McCall was System
Manager of Coaxial Cable Developers (known as Teleview Cablevision) in
Simpsonville, South Carolina. Mr. McCall has served as a director of the South
Carolina Cable Television Association for the past ten years.
 
     JOHN C. PIETRI is Senior Vice President -- Engineering of CCI. Prior to
joining CCI, Mr. Pietri served as Senior Vice President -- Engineering with
Charter Investment since January 1999. Prior to joining Charter Investment, Mr.
Pietri was with Marcus in Dallas, Texas for eight years, most recently serving
as Senior Vice President and Chief Technical Officer. Prior to Marcus, Mr.
Pietri served as Regional Technical Operations Manager for West Marc
Communications in Denver, Colorado, and before that he served as Operations
Manager with Minnesota Utility Contracting. Mr. Pietri attended the University
of Wisconsin-Oshkosh.
 
     STEVEN A. SCHUMM is Executive Vice President, Assistant to the President of
CCI, CC Holdings and our subsidiary Charter Communications Holdings Capital
Corp. Mr. Schumm currently directs the MIS Regulatory and Financial Controls
Groups. Prior to joining CCI, Mr. Schumm was Executive Vice President, Assistant
to the President of Charter Investment since December 1998. Prior to joining
Charter Investment, Mr. Schumm was managing partner of the St. Louis office of
Ernst & Young LLP. Mr. Schumm was with Ernst & Young LLP for 24 years and was a
partner of the firm for 14 of those years. Mr. Schumm held various management
positions with Ernst & Young LLP, including the Director of Tax Services for the
three-city area of St. Louis, Kansas City and Wichita and the National Director
of Industry Tax Services. He served as one of 10 members comprising the Firm's
National Tax Committee. Mr. Schumm earned a B.S. degree from Saint Louis
University with a major in Accounting.
 
     CURTIS S. SHAW is Senior Vice President, General Counsel and Secretary of
CCI, CC Holdings and Charter Capital and is responsible for all legal aspects of
their businesses, government relations and the duties of the corporate
secretary. Prior to joining CCI, Mr. Shaw served in the same capacities with
Charter Investment which he joined in February 1997. Prior to joining Charter
Investment, Mr. Shaw served as corporate counsel to NYNEX since 1988. From 1983
until 1988, Mr. Shaw served as Associate General Counsel for Occidental Chemical
Corporation, and, from 1986 until 1988, as Vice President and General Counsel of
its largest operating division. Mr. Shaw has 25 years of experience as a
corporate lawyer, specializing in mergers and acquisitions, joint ventures,
public offerings, financings, and federal securities and antitrust law. Mr. Shaw
received a B.A. with honors from Trinity College and a J.D. from Columbia
University School of Law.
 
COMMITTEES OF THE BOARD OF DIRECTORS
 
     At the same time CCI completes this offering, it will establish an audit
committee and a compensation committee, each composed of two outside directors.
The audit committee will recommend the annual appointment of CCI's auditors with
whom the audit committee will review the scope of audit and non-audit
assignments and related fees, accounting principles used in CCI's financial
reporting, internal auditing procedures and the adequacy of CCI's internal
control procedures. The compensation committee will make recommendations to the
board regarding compensation for CCI's executive officers.
 
DIRECTOR COMPENSATION
 
     Directors of CCI who are also employees will not receive any cash
compensation for service on the board of directors or on any board committee.
Non-employee directors will be
 
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