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CHARTER COMMUNICATIONS, INC. /MO/ filed this Form S-1/A on 11/01/1999
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June 1995. Prior to joining Allen & Company Incorporated, Ms. Peretsman had been
an investment banker since 1983 at Salomon Brothers Inc, where she was a
managing director since 1990. She served for fourteen years on the Board of
Trustees of Princeton University and is currently an emerita trustee. Ms.
Peretsman also is Vice Chairman of the board of The New School and serves on the
board of directors of Oxygen Media, Inc., an Internet and cable television
enterprise. Ms. Peretsman also serves on the board of NewSub Services, Inc. and
Priceline.com Incorporated.
 
   
     HOWARD L. WOOD has agreed to join the board of directors of Charter
Communications, Inc. upon the closing of the offering. Mr. Wood currently serves
as Vice Chairman of Charter Communications, Inc. and Charter Investment, Inc.
and is a co-founder of Charter Investment, Inc. Prior to co-founding Charter
Investment, Inc. in 1993, Mr. Wood was associated with Cencom Cable Associates,
Inc. Mr. Wood joined Cencom as President, Chief Financial Officer and director
and assumed the additional position of Chief Executive Officer effective January
1, 1989. Prior to that time, Mr. Wood was a partner in Arthur Andersen LLP,
certified public accountants, where he served as Partner-in-Charge of the St.
Louis Tax Division from 1973 until joining Cencom. Mr. Wood is a certified
public accountant and a member of the American Institute of Certified Public
Accountants. He also serves as a director of VanLiner Group, Inc., First State
Community Bank, Gaylord Entertainment Company and Data Research, Inc. Mr. Wood
serves as Commissioner for the Missouri Department of Conservation. He is also a
past Chairman of the board of directors and former director of the St. Louis
College of Pharmacy. Mr. Wood graduated with honors from Washington University
(St. Louis) School of Business.
    
 
DIRECTOR TO BE APPOINTED AFTER THE OFFERING
 
     MARC B. NATHANSON has been Chairman of the board and Chief Executive
Officer of Falcon Holding Group, Inc. and its predecessors since 1975, and prior
to September 1995 also served as President. Upon the closing of the Falcon
acquisition, Mr. Nathanson will be employed by Charter Communications, Inc. in a
non-executive position as Vice Chairman. Prior to 1975, Mr. Nathanson was vice
president of marketing for Teleprompter Corporation, then the largest cable
operator in the United States. He also held executive positions with Warner
Cable and Cypress Communications Corporation. He is a former President of the
California Cable Television Association and a member of Cable Pioneers. He is
currently a director of the National Cable Television Association and chaired
its 1999 National Convention. Mr. Nathanson has served as Chairman of the board,
Chief Executive Officer and President of Enstar Communications Corporation since
October 1988, and is a director of Digital Entertainment Network, Inc. and an
Advisory Board member of TVA (Brazil). Mr. Nathanson was appointed by President
Clinton on November 1, 1998 as Chair of the Board of Governors for the
International Bureau of Broadcasting, which oversees Voice of America, Radio/TV
Marti, Radio Free Asia, Radio Free Europe and Radio Liberty. Mr. Nathanson is a
trustee of the Annenburg School of Communications at the University of Southern
California and a member of the Board of Visitors of the Anderson School of
Management at UCLA. In addition, he serves on the Board of the
 
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